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CORNELL 

UNIVERSITY 

LIBRARY 




FROM 



^harle? J.Paterson 



NEW YORK 



DIRECTORY. 



1786. 



F. B. PATTERSON, 

61 LIBERTY ST. 
1874. 



THE 



NEW-YORK DIRECTORY 

CONTAINING. 

A Valuable and well Calculated ■ ALMANACK;— 
Tables of the different COINS, fuitable for any 
State, and digefted in fuch order, as to render an 
Exchange between any of the United States plain 
and eafy, 

LIKEWISE, 

7. Counfellors at law, and 
where refiding. 

8. Minifters of the gofpel, , 
where refiding and of 
what Church. 

9. Phyficians, Surgeons, 
' and their places, of 

abode. 

10. Prefident, Directors, 
days, and hours of 
bufiness at the Bank. 

1 1. Profeflbrs, &c., of the 
univerfity of Colum- 
bia college. 

12. Rates of poftage, as 
by law establiflied. 

1 3. Arrivals and depar- 
tures of the mails at 
the Poft-OfEce. 



1. The names of all the Ci 
tizens, their occupa 
tions and places- of 
abode. 

z. The members in Con- 
gress,from what State, 
and where refiding. 

3. Grand departments of 

the United States for 
adjufting public ac- 
counts, and by whom 
conducted. 

4. Members in Senate and 

Aflembly, from what 
county, and where re- 
fiding. 

5. Judges, Aldermen, and 

other civil officers, 
with their places of 
abode. 

6. Publicftate-officers.and 

by whom kept. 



BY DAVID FR'ANKS. 



NEW-YORK: 
Printed by SHEPARD KOLLOCK, corner of 

A,DCC,l.XXX,Vl. \ 



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( 3 ) . 

JANUARY begins on SUNDAY, hath XXXI Days. 



Firft Quarter the 7th day, 7 in the Morning. 
Full Moon the 14th day, 7 in the Morning. 
Laft Quarter the zad day, 6 in the Morning. 
New Moon the 2gth day, 10 in the Afternoon. 








Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


f 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarjcablc Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


u 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 


H.M. 


TO 


H.M. 


,1 


Sund 


Circumcifion. 


7 23 


4 37 


5 58 


2 


9 56 


z 


Mon 


Cn.at Trenton^ 


7 23 


4 37 


7 10 


3 


10 ;2 


3 


Tues 


Bat. Princeton^ 


7 22 


4 38 


8 26 


4 


11 51 


4 


Wed 




7 22 


4 38 


9 36 


5 


Aft. 44 


5 


Thu 




7 22 


4 38 


10 51 


6 


' 34 


6 


Frid 


Epiphany. 


7 21 


4 39 


11 58 


7 


2 24 


7 


Satu 




7 21 


4 39 


Morn 


8 


3 '8 


8 


Suhd 


1 Sund. paftEpip. 


7 20 


4 40 


1 6 


9 


4 10 


9 


Mon 




7 '9 


4 4' 


2 26 


10 


5 3 


10 


Tues 




7 19 


4 4> 


3 36 


11 


I ''I 


1' 


Wed 




7 18 


4 42 


.4 47 


12 


6 46 


12 


Thu 




7 '8 


4 42 


5 46 


13 


7 37 


»3 


Frid 


Days ghours 26m. 


7 17 


4 43 


6 42 


'4 


8 30 


14 


Satu 




7 '6 


4 44 


;?i/"w 


15 


9 '5 


15 


Sund 


2 Sund. paft Epip. 


7 >5 


4 45 


6 10 


16 


9 50 


16 


Mon 




7 »4 


4 46 


7 '8 


•7 


10 38 


»7 


Tues 




7 13 


4 47 


8 21 


18 


11 21 


18 


Wed 




7 >2 


4 48 


9 24 


19 


Morn 


»9 


Thu 




7 12 


4 48 


10 ig 


20 


56 


20 


Frid 


Prelim. Art. 1783. 


7 11 


4 <9 


11 19 


21 


' 34 


21 


Satu 




7 10 


4 5° 


Morn 


22 


2 28 


22 


Sund 


3 Sund. paftEpip. 


7 9 


4 5' 


19 


23 


3 .6 


23 


Mon 




7 8 


4 52 


» ig 


24 


4 5 


24 


Tues 


Days gh. 46in. ' 


7 7 


4 53 


2 20 


25 


4 52 


25 


Wed 


Coilver.ofSt.Paul 


7 6 


4 54 


3 24 


26 


5 4° 


26 


Thu 




7 5 


4 55 


4 24 


27 


6 32 


z? 


Frid 




7 4 


4 56 


5 24 


28 


7 24 


28 


Satu 




7 3 


4 57 


6 24 


29 


8 16 


29 


Sund 


4 Sund. paft Epip. 


7 2 


4 58 


Sets 


30 


9 8 


30 


Mon 




7 ' 


4 59 


5 58 


I 


9 56 


31 


Tues 


Days loh. om. 


7 


5 


7 '» 


2 


10 4 







( 


4 ) 










FEBRUARY begins on WEDNESDAY, XXVIII Days. 


Firft Quarter the 5th day, 3 in the Afternoon.- 


Full "Vloon the izih day, at midnight. 




Laft Quarter the 21ft day, 3 in the morning 




New Moon the 28th day, 10 in the morning. | 


■^ 




Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


f 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


W 


Water 


da,ys. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 


H.M. 


fit 


H.M. 


1 


Wed 




6 59 


5 1 


~8T6 


■ 3 


1 1 32 


2 


Thu 


Purifica. V. Mary 


6 58 


5 2 


9 38 


•4 


Aft. 21 


3 


Frid 




6 57 


5 3 


10 48 


5 


1 12 


4 


Satu 


Days loh. 8m. 


6 56 


5 4 


11 58 


6 


2 4 


5 


Siind 


5 Sund. p. Epip. 


6 54 


5 6 


Morn 


7 


2 53 


6 


Mon 


French Alii. 1778. 


6 53 


5 7 


1 20 


8 


3 44 


7 


Tues 




6 52 


5 8 


2 30 


9 


4 46 


8 


Wed 




6 s. 


5 9 


■3 3° 


10 


5 35 


9 


Thu 


Days loh. 14m. 


6 50 


5 10 


4 26 


1 1 


6 27 


10 


Frid 




6 48 


5 12 


5 18 


12 


7 14 


11 


Satu 




6 47 


5 13 


5 54 


13 


8 2 


12 


Sund 


Septuag. Sund. 


6 46 


5 14 


;^2/ei 


14 


8 50 


13 


Mon 




6 45 


5 15 


6 2 


15 


9 37 


14 


Tues 


Valentine. 


6 +4 


5 16 


7 8 


16 


10 26 


15 


W'ed 




6 42 


5 18 


8 8 


17 


11 14 


16 


Thu 




6 41 


5 19 


9 8 


18 


11 58 


17 


Frid 


Days loh. 36m. 


6 40 


5 20 


10 8 


'9 


Morn. 


18 


Satu 




6 39 


5 21 


11 9 


20 


1 24 


'9 


Sund 


Sexagefi. Sund. 


6 38 


5 22 


Morn 


21 


2 10 


20 


Mon 




6 37 


5 23 


10 


22 


2 54 


21 


Tues 




6 35 


5 25 


1 10 


23 


3 48 


22 


Wed 




6 34 


5 26 


2 10 


24 


4 36 


23 


Thu 




6 33 


5 27 


3 4 


25 


5 24 


24 


Frid 


St. Matthias. 


6 32 


5 28 


3 51 


26 


6 12 


25 


Satu 


Days loh. 59m. 


6 3. 


5 29 


4 3° 


27 


7 


26 


Sund 


Quinquasg. Sund. 


6 29 


5 31 


5 6 


28 


7 53 


27 


Mon 




6 28 


5 32 


5 36 


29 


8 40 


28 


Tues 




6 27 


5 33 


Stts 


1 


9 24 


The Planet Fenus will be Morning Star til 


1 March 


2 2d, then Evening Star till the Year's end. 









( 


5 ) 










MARCH begins on WEDNESDAY, hath XXXI Days. 


Firft Quarter the 6th day, at Midnight. 


Full Moon the 14th day, 5 in the Afternoon. 


Laft Quarter the 22d day, 9 in the Afternoon. 


New Moon the 29th day, 7 in the Afternoon. 







Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon g| 


High 


k 


w. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


u 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 
6 25 


H.M 

5 35 


H.M. 


"p 


H.M. 


ijWed 


St. David and Ash 


7 16 


2 


10 16 


2iThu 


Wednesday. 


624 


5 36 


8 34 


3 


11 11 


3 Frid 




6 22 


5 38 


9 54 


4 


Aft. 8 


4;Satu 


Days iih. 16m. 


6 21 


5 39 


11 9 


5 


1 1 


5iSund 


1 Sund. in Lent. 


6 19 


5 41 


Morn 


6 


1 52 


6iMon 




6 18 


5 42 


24 


7 


2 44 


7|Tues 




6 17 


5 43 


1 33 


8 


3 30 


7'Wed 




6 15 


5 45 


2 30 


9 


4 20 


9|Thu 


Daysincrease27m 


6 14 


5 46 


3 17 


10 


5 9 


lojFrid 




6 13 


5 47 


.3 57 


1 1 


5 53 


1 iiSatu 


G. Wash. born 3z.> 


6 11 


5 49 


4 30 


12 


6 40 


l2lSund 


2 Sund. in Lent. 


6 10 


5 50 


4 58 


13 


7 32 


13 


Mon 




6 9 


5 51 


5 21 


14 


8 20 


H 


Tues 




6 7 


5 53 


Rifes 


15 


9 8 


15 


Wed 




6 6 


5 54 


7 


16 


9 56 


16 


Thu 




6 5 


5 55 


8 


17 


10 40 


•7 


Frid 


St. Patrick. 


6 3 


5 57 


9 1 


18 


n 24 


18 


Satii 




6 2 


5 58 


10 2 


19 


Morn 


19 


Sund 


3 Sund. in Lent. 


6 


6 


11 3 


zo 


8 


20 


Mon 




5 59 


6 1 


Morn 


21 


54 


21 


Tues 


Day&Night equal 


5-58 


6 2 


9 


22 


1 40 


22 


Wed 




5 57 


6 3 


1 4 


23 


2 26 


23 


Thu 




5 55 


6 5 


1 56 


24 


3 16 


24 


Frid 




5 54 


6 6 


236 


^^ 


4 6 


25 


Satu 




5 52 


6 8 


3 16 


26 


5 


26 


Sund 


4 Sund. in Lent. 


5 5> 


6 9 


3 56 


27 


5 50 


27 


Mon 


' 


5 5° 


6 10 


4 25 


28 


6 44 


28 


Tues 




5 49 


6 11 


4 48 


29 


■ 7 48 


29 


Wed 




5 48 


6 12 


5e^j 


30 


8 42 


30 


Thu 


Days izh. 24in. 


5 46 


6 14 


7 30 


1 


9 42 


3> 


Frid 




5 45 


6 15 


8 50 


2' 10 40; 



( 6 ) 



APRIL begins on SATURDAY, hath XXX Days. 


Firft Quarter, the 5 th day, 1 1 in the morning. 


Full Moon, the 13th day, 10 in the morning. 


Laft Quarter, the 2 1 ft day, 1 1 in the Morning. 


New Moon the 28th day, 3 in the Morning. 


a 


Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


S 


High 


• days 


Remarkable Days 


riies 


fets 


fets 


m 


Water 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 

6 16 


H.M. 




H.M. 


1 


Satu 


Days I2h. 32m. 


5 44 


10 4 


3 


11 37 


2 


Sund 


5 Sund. in Lent. 


5 43 


6 17 


11 20 


4 


Aft. 34 


3 


Mon 




5 42 


6 18 


Morn 


5 


1 24 


4 


Tues 




5 40 


6 20 


26 


6 


2 10 


5 


Wed 




5 39 


6 21 


1 24 


7 


3 


6 


Thu 




5 38 


6 22 


2 9 


8 


3 50 


7 


Frid 




5 -37 


6 23 


2 36 


9 


,4 42 


„8 


Satu 




5 35 


6 25 


3 7 


10 


5 34 


■9 


Sund 


Palm Sunday. 


5 34 


6 26 


3 32 


11 


6 19 


10 


Mon 




5 33 


6 27 


3 58 


12 


7 8 


11 


Tues 




5 32 


6 28 


4 16 


13 


7 53 


12 


Wed 


Days I2h. 54m. 


5 30 


6 30 


4 38 


14 


8 42 


13 


Thu 




5 29 


6 31 


Rifes 


15 


9 27 


14 


Frid 


Good Friday. 


5 28 


6 32 


8 


16 


10 12 


15 


Satu 




5 26 


6 34 


9 


17 


10 57 


16 


Sund 


Eafter Sunday. 


5 25 


6 35 


10 


18 


u 42 


17 


Mon 




5 24 


6 36 


11 


19 


Morn 


18 


Tues 




5 23 


6 37 


n 58 


20 


37 


19 


Wed 


Bat. of Lexing. 75 


S 22 


6 38 


Morn 


21 


1 27 


20 


Thu 




5 20 


6 40 


47 


22 


2 21 


21 


Frid 


Days I3h. 22m. 


5 19 


6 41 


1 20 


23 


3 11 


22 


Satu 
Sund 




5 18 


6 42 


1 52 


24 


4 55 


23 


Sunday paft Eaft. 


5 »7 


643 


2 22 


25 


5 3 


24 


Mon 




5 16 


6 44 


2 49 


26 


5 57' 


*5 


Tues 




5 15 


6 45 


3 20 


27 


6 51 


26 


Wed 




5 13 


6 47 


3 42 


28 


7 49 


27 


Thu 




5 »2 


6 48 


4 2 


29 


8 43 


28 


Frid 


Days ,i3h. 38 m. 


5 11 


6 49 


/tfitj 


1 


9 37 


29 


Satu 


' 


5 10 


6 CO 


9 6 


2 


10 37 


30 


Sund 2 Sund. paft East. 


S 8 


6 5Z 


10 17 


3 


11 31 



( 7 ) 

MAY begins on MONDAY, hath XXXI Days. 



Firft Quarter the 4th day, 11 in the Afternoon. 
Full Moon the 13th day, 2 in the Morning. 
Laft Quarter the zoth day, 9 in the Afternoon. 
New Moon the 27th day, 11 in the Morning. 








Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


2 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


U 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 
6 53 


H.M. 


? 


H.M. 


1 


Mon 




5 7 


11 16 


4 


Aft. 22 


2 


Tues 




5 6 


6 54 


Morn 


. 5 


1 12 


3 


Wed 


Days I3h. 50m. 


5 5 


655 


2 


6 


2 1 


4 


Thu 




5 3 


6 57 


43 


7 


2 5' 


5 


Frid 




5 ^ 


6 58 


1 14 


8 


3 37 


6 


Satu 




5 1 


6 59 


> 44 


9 


4 27 


7 


Sund 


3 Sund. p. East. 


5 ° 


7 


2 10 


10 


5 17 


8 


Mon 




4 59 


7 f 


2 33 


u 


6 07 


9 


Tues 




4 58 


7 2 


2 51 


12 


6 52 


10 


Wed 


Cong, met 1775. 


4 57 


7 3 


3 »o 


13 


7 32 


1 1 


Thu 




4 56 


7 4 


3 34 


>4 


8 17 


12 


Frid 


Chat. fur. 1780. 


4 56 


7 4 


+ .' 


15 


6 6 


13 


Satu 


Days 14h. 10m. 


4 55 


7 5 


i?z/-« 


16 


9 5' 


H 


Sund 


4 Sund. p. East. 


4 54 


7 6 


9 6 


17 


10 36 


15 


Mon 




4 53 


7 7 


9 58 


18 


11 21 


16 


Tues 




4: 52 


7 8 


10 32 


19 


Morn 


»7 


Wed 




4 51 


7 9 


11 24 


20 


10 


18 


Thu 




4 50 


7 10 


11 56 


21 


1 2 


19 


Frid 


Days I4h. 24m. 


4 49 


7 I' 


Morn 


22 


,1 so 


20 


Satu 




448 


7 12 


22 


23 


2 46 


21 


Sund 


Rogation Sund. 


4 47 


7 13 


49 


24 


3 42 


22 


Mon 




4 46 


7 H 


I 14 


25 


4 35 


23 


Tues 




4 45 


7 15 


1 44 


26 


5 30 


24 


Wed 




4 44 


7 16 


2 11 


27 


6 26 


25 


Thu 


Afcention Day. 


4 44 


7 16 


2 43 


28 


V 20 


26 


Frid 




4 43 


7 '7 


?.^' 


29 


8 14 


27 


Satu 


Days I4h. 34m. 


4 43 


7 17 


Sets 


I 


9 8 


28 


Sund 


Sund. aft. Afcen. 


4 42 


7 18 


9 


2 


9 58 


29 


Mon 




4 4' 


7 »9 


9 50 


3 


10 52 


30 


Tues 




4 4' 


7 '9 


10 .33 


4 


1 1 42 


3' 


Wed 




4 40 


7 20 


11 14 


5 


Aft. 31 







( 


8 ) 










JUNE begins on THURSDAY, hath XXX Days. 


Firft Quarter 3d day, 2 in the Afternoon. 


Full Moon the 11th day, 5 in the Afternoon. 


Laft Quarter the 19th day, 4 in the Morning. 


New Moon the 25th day, 7 in the Afternoon. 







Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


p: 


High 


k 


w. 


Remarkable Days 


rife's 


fets 


fets 


&3 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 
7 20 


H.M. 


p 


H.M. 


1 


Thu 


Boftonpfliuti774 


4.40 


11 38 


6 


1 3 


2 


Frid 




4 39 


7 21 


Morn 


7 


2 16 


3 


Satu 


Days I4h. 42m. 


4 39 


7 21 


8 


8 


3 6 


4 


Sund 


Whifunday, 


4 38 


7 22 


28 


9 


3 56 


5 


Mon 




4 38 


7 22 


54 


10 


4 46 


6 


Tues 




4 38 


7 22 


1 12 


u 


5 32 


7 


Wedi 


4 37 


723 


1 56 


12 


6 17 


8 


Thu 




4 37 


7 23 


2 16 


13 


7 4 


9 


Frid 




4 37 


7 23 


3 1 


14 


7 46 


10 


Satu 




4 36 


7 24 


3 58 


15 


8 32 


11 


Sund 


Trinity Sunday, 


4 36 


7 24 


Rifes 


16 


9 17 


12 


Mon 


& St. Barnabas. 


4 36 


7 24 


8 38 


17 


10 11 


13 


Tues 




4 36 


7 24 


9 14 


18 


10 59 


•4 


Wed 




4 35 


7 25 


9 48 


19 


11 52 


15 


Thu 


Days i4h. J 4m. 


4 35 


7 25 


10 20 


20 


Morn. 


16 


Frid 




4 35 


7 25 


10 49 


21 


40 


17 


Satu 


Bat. ofB. Hill, 75 


4 35 


7 25 


11 14 


22 


1 35 


i8 


Sund 


1 Sund. p. Trini. 


4 35 


7 i5 


u 41 


23 


2 33 


19 


Mon 


Britifh evcua. Phi- 


4 35 


7 25 


Morn 


24 


3 23 


20 


Tues 


ladelphia, 1778 


4 35 


7 25 


8 


25 


4 17 


21 


Wed 


Longest day. 


4 35 


7 25 


33 


26 


5 13 


22 


Thu 




4 35 


7 25 


58 


27 


6 7 


23 


Frid 




4 35 


7 25 


1 z6 


28 


657 


24 


Satu 




4 35 


7 25 


2 4 


29 


7 47 


^5 


Sund 


z Sund. p. Trini. 


4 35 


7 25 


Sets 


30 


8 37 


26 


Mon 




4 35 


7 25 


8 24 


1 


9 31 


27 


Tues 




4 35 


-7 25 


9 1 


2 


10 25 


28 


Wed 


J Bat.Sulli.Ifl.76 
( Bat. Monm. 78 


4 35 


7 25 


9 34 


3 


11 15 


29 


Thu 


4 36 


7 24 


10 


4 


Aft. 5 


30 


Frid 




4 36 7 24 


10 23 


5 


50 







( 


9 ) 












JULY begins on SATURDAY, 


hath XXXI Days. 


Firft Quarter the 3d day, 5 in 


the Morning. 


Full Moon the 11th day, 6 in 


the Morning. 


Laft Quarter the 18th day, 8 in the Morning. J 


New Moon the 25th day, 4 in 


the Morning. 


P 




Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


S 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


V 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 

7 24 


H.M. 


P 


H.M. 


1 


Satu 




4 36 


10 47 


6 


> 45 


2 


Sund 


3 Sund. p. Trini. 


4 36 


7 


24 


11 6 


7 


236 


3 


Mon 




4 37 


7 


23 


1 1 30 


8 


3 26 


4 


Tues 


Independen. 1776 


4 37 


7 


23 


11 56 


9 


4 15 


5 


Wed 


Ticon. aband.77. 


4 37 


7 


23 


Morn 


10 


5 5 


6 


Thu 


Bat, Great SprLSl 


4 38 


7 


22 


26 


u 


5 S2 


7 


Frid 




4 38 


7 


22 


58 


12 


6 36 


8 


Satu 


Canon Gw.Ifl. 76 


4 39 


7 


21 


1 36 


13 


7 21 


■9 


Sund 


4SQnd.paftTrini. 


4 39 


7 


21 


2 30 


14 


8 6 


10 


Mon 




4 4° 


7 


20 


3 H 


15 


8 51 


11 


Tues 


Daysdecreafeiom 


4 40 


7 


20 


Rifes 


16 


9 37 


12 


Wed 




4 41 


7 


19 


8 21 


17 


10 21 


13 


Thu 




4 42 


7 


18 


9 


18 


11 10 


14 


Frid 




4 42 


7 


18 


9 17 


19 


Morn 


15 


Satu 




4 43 


7 


17 


9 39 


20 


° 3 


16 


Sund 


( 5 Sund.p.Trin. 
( Ston.Pt.tak. 79 


4 43 


7 


17 


10 6 


21 


56 


17 


Mon 


4 44 


7 


16 


10 32 


22 


1 49 


18 


Tues 




4 45 


7 


15 


11 4 


23 


2 47 


19 


Wed 




4 45 


7 


15 


11 38 


24 


3 35 


20 


Thu 


Days I4h. 35111. 


4 46 


7 


14 


Morn 


25 


4 28 


21 


Frid 




4 47 


7 


13 


28 


26 


5 23 


22 


Satu 




4 48 


7 


12 


1 28 


27 


6 18 


23 


Sund 


6 Sund. paft Trini. 


4 49 


7 


11 


2 30 


28 


7 9 


24 


Mon 




4 50 


7 


10 


3 38 


29 


■ & 


25 


Tues 


Dog Days begin. 


4 50 


7 


10 


5«if5 


1 


8 50' 


26 


Wed 




4 51 


7 


9 


7 58 


2 


9 44 


27 


Thu 




4 52 


7 


8 


8 23 


3 


10 38 


28 


Frid 


Days I4h. lom. 


4 53 


7 


7 


8 44 


4 


11 28 


29 


Satu 




4 54 


7 


6 


9 8 


5 


Aft. 18 


30 


Sund 


7Sund.paftTrini. 


4 55 


7 


5 


9 30 


6 


1 4 


3» 


Mon 




4 56I7 


4 


9 541 7 


I 50 







( 


lo 


) 








AUGUST begins on TUESDAY, hath XXXI Days. 


Firft Quarter the ist day, lo in the Afternoon. 


Full Moon the gth day, 5 in the Afternoon. 




Laft Quarter the i6th day, at Noon. 




New Moon the 23d day, 3 in the Afternoor 


. 


Firft Quarter the 31ft day, 4 in the Afternoon. | 


P 




Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


2 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


[u 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 


H.M. 


<S 


H.M. 


1 


Tues 


Lammas Day. 


4 57 


7 3 


10' 22 


8 


2 32 


2 


Wed 




4 58 


7 2 


10 53 


9 


3 20 


3 


Thu 




4 58 


7 2 


11 31 


10 


4 9 


4 


Frid 


Days l4h. 


4 59 


7 1 


morn 


11 


4 54 


5 


Satu 




5 


6 


16 


12 


5 41 


6 


Sund 


8 Sun. p. Tri. & 


5 ' 


6 59 


I. 8 


13 


6 29 


7 


Mon 


Transfigurat. 


5 2 


6 58 


2 8 


'4 


7 9 


8 


Tues 




5 3 


657 


3^ 9 


'5 


8 5^ 


9 


Wed 


" 


5 4 


6 56 


rifes 


16 


19 55 


10 


Thu 




5- 5 


6 55 


7 18 


17 


10.34 


1 1 


Frid 


Savan. evac. 82. 


5 6 


6 54 


7 39 


18 


1 ] 23 


12 


Satu 




5 8 


6 52 


8 lo 


19 


morn 


13 


Sund 


9 Sund. p. Trin. 


5 9 


651 


8 36 


20 


16 


H 


Mon 




5 lo 


6 50 


9 8 


21 


1 9 


15 


Tues 




5 '1 


6 49 


9 43 


22 


2 6 


16 


Wed 


Bat. Camd. 80. 


5 13 


647 


10 28 


23 


3 1 


17 


Thu 




5 >4 


6 46 


11 18 


24 


3 54 


18 


Frid 


Days I3h. 30m. 


5 15 


645 


morn 


25 


4 48 


'9 


Satu 




5 16 


6,44 


18 


26 


5 4° 


20 


Sund 


10 Sund. p. Tri. 


5 '7 


643 


i 24 


27 


5 36 


21 


Mon 




5 »8 


6 42 


2 32 


28 


6 30 


22 


Tues 




5 20 


6 40 


3 40 


29 


7 20 


23 


Wed 




5 21 


6 39 


/e^^ 


30 


8 10 


24 


Thu 


St. Bartholom. 


5 22 


6 38 


6 53 


I 


9 ' 


25 


Frid 


Days i3h. 8m. 


5 24 


6 36 


7 15 


2 


9 54 


26 


Satu 


/ 


5 25 


635 


7 38 


3 


10 41 


27 


Sund 


1 1 Sun p. Tri. & 


5 26 


6 34 


8 2 


4 


11 26 


28 


Mon 


B. L. liland, 76 


5 27 


633 


8 28 


5 


Aft. 12 


29 


Tues 


St. John Baptift. 


5 28 


6 32 


8 56 


6 


58 


30 


Wed 




5 30 


6 30 


9 30 


7 


1 44 


31 


Thu 




5 3' 


6 29 


10 14 


8 


2 30 



{ 



) 



SEPTEMBER begins on FRIDAY, hath XXX Days. 



Full Moon the 8th day, 2 in the Morning. 
Laft Quarter the l/^th day, 6 in the Afternoon. 
New Moon the 2 2d day, 6 in the Mofning. 
Firft Quarter the 30th day, 10 in the Morning. 



p 




Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon 


2 


High 


k 


W. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


V 


Water 


days 
Frid 


&c. 


H.M 

5 32 


H.M 

6 28 


H.M. 


^ 


H.M. 


1 




1° 53 


9 


3 16 


2 


Satu 




5 33 


6 27 


11 58 


10 


4 3 


3 


Sund 


12 Sund.paft Tri. 


5 34 


6 26 


Morn 


11 


4 52 


4 


Mon 


Dog-days end. 


5 35 


6 25 


1 8 


12 


5 41 


5 


Tues 


Bat. off Chef. 8 1 


5 36 


6 24 


2 10 


13 


. 6 30 


6 


Wed 




5 38 


6 22 


3 14 


14 


7 23 


7 


Thu 


Days l2h. 42m. 


5 39 


6 21 


4 18 


15 


8 16 


-8 


Frid 


Bat. Eutaw. 81 


5 40 


6 20 


Ri/es 
6 48 


16 


9 9 


9 


Satu 




5 41 


6 19 


17 


10 7 


10 


Sund 


13 Sund. p. Trin. 


5 43 


6 17 


7 15 


18 


11 3 


11 


Mon 


B. Brandyw. 77 


5 44 


6 16 


748 


19 


.'i 59 


12 


Tues 




5 46 


6 14 


8 31 


20 


Morn 


13 


Wed 


N. Lon. bur. 8 1 


5 47 


6 .3 


9 26 


21 


56 


14 


Thu 




5 49 


6 11 


10 26 


22 


I 49 


i? 


Frid 


N, York tak. 76 


5 50 


6 10 


11 30 


23 


2 43 


16 


Satu 




5 51 


6 9 


Morn 


24 


3 38 


17 


Sund 


1 4 Sund. p. Trin. 


5 53 


6 7 


38 


25 


4 31 


18 


Mon 




5 54 


6 6 


1 48 


26 


5 21 


>9 


Tues 




5 56 


6 4 


2 58 


27 


6 12 


20 


Wed 




5 57 


6 3 


4 8 


28 


7 1 


21 


Thu 


St. Matthew. 


5 58 


6 2 


J * 


29 


7 51 


22 


Frid 


Day&Nightequ. 


6 


6 


Sets 


1 


8 51 


23 


Satu 




6 1 


5 59 


6 16 


2 


9 41 


24 


Sund 


1 5 Sund. p. Trin. 


6 3 


5 57 


6 38 


3 


10 31 


25 


Mon 


Arnold's plot, 80 


6 4 


5 56 


7 8 


4 


n 17 


26 


Tues 


Phil, taken, 78 


6 5 


5 55 


7 40 


S 


Aft. 4 


27 


Wed 




6 7 


5 53 


8 20 


6 


48 


28 


Thu 




6 8 


5 52 


9 8 


7 


1 35 


29 


Frid 


St. Michael. 


6 9 


5 51 


10 8 


8 


2 21 


30 


Satu 




6 11 


5 49 


11 • 8 


9 


3 7 







( 


12 ] 










OCTOBER begins on SUNDAY, hath XXXI Days. 


Full Moon the 7th day, at Noon. • 


Laft Quarter the 14th day, 3 in the Morning. 


New Moon the 21ft day, 10 in the Afternoon. 


Firft Quarter the 30th day, 2 in the Morning. 


P 




Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon ^ 


High 


k 


w. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


rifes 


u 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.M 


H.M 

5 48 


H.M. 




H.M. 


1 


Sund 


1 6 Sund. paftTri. 


6 12 


morn 


10 


3 56 


2 


Mon 


Billing, cvacu. 77 


6 .3 


5 47 


8 


11 


4 47 


3 


Tues 




6 14 


5 46 


1 14 


12 


5 37 


4 


Wed 


BattleGerman.77 


6 15 


5 45 


2 30 


13 


6 z8 


5 


Thu 


• 


6 16 


5 44 


3 38 


H 


7 17 


6 


Frid 




6 18 


5 42 


4 42 


15 


8 lo 


7 


Satu 


Bat. Stillwater, 77 


6 19 


5 4'' 


/ej/-.i 


16 


9 -8 


8 


Sund 


17 Sund. p.TrL& 


6 zo 


5 40 


5 58 


17 


10 2 


9 


Mon 


Trcatyw.H0l.82 


6 21 


S 39 


6 36 


18 


10 58 


10 


Tues 




6 22 


5 38 


7 28 


19 


11 55 


11 


Wed 




6 23 


5 37 


8 26 


20 


m^rrn 


12 


Thu 


Days 1 ih. 12m. 


6 24 


s 36 


9 30 


21 


40 


13 


Frid 




6 25 


5 35 


10 38 


22 


1 21 


H 


Satu 




6 26 


5 34 


11 48. 


23 


2 40 


15 


Sund 


Eufopus burnt 77 


6 27 


5 33 


morn 


24 


3 34 


16 


Mon 


Burgoynetaken77 


6 29 


5 31 


58 


25 


4 21 


17 


Tues 




6 30 


5 3° 


2 8 


26 


5 H 


18 


Wed 


Falmouth brnt.75 


6 31 


5 29 


3 8 


27 


6 4 


19 


Thu 


Cornwallis tak.8 1 


6 33 


5 27 


4 8 


28 


6 54 


20 


Frid 


Bat. Redbank, 77 


6 34 


5 26 


5 8 


29 


7 44 


21 


Salu 




6 36 


5. 24 


Jets 


30 


8 32 


22 


Sund 


19 Sund. paftTri. 


6 37 


5 23 


S 21 


1 


9 16 


23 


Mon 




6 38 


5 22 


5 48 


2 


10 2 


24 


Tues 




6 40 


5 20 


6 26 


3 


10 48 


25 


Wed 


Days loh. 38 m. 


6 41 


5 19 


7 8 


4 


11 35 


26 


Thu 




6 42 


5 18 


8 


5 


AfL 1 


27 


Frid 




643 


5 17 


8 58 


6 


1 56 


28 


Satu 


Bat. Whitepl. 76 


64s 


5 15 


9 59 


J 


2 46 


29 


Sund 


2oSund. gaft Tri. 


646 


5 14 


11 4 


8 


3 36 


30 


Mon 




6 47 


5 13 


morn 


9 


4 20 


31 


Tuef 




6 49 


5 11 


8 


10 


5 17 



( ^3 ) 

iMOVEMBER begins on WEDNES. hath XXX Days. 



Full Moon the 5th day, 10 in the Afternoon. 
Laft Quarter the izth day, 3 in the Afternoon. 
New Moon the 20th day, 5 in the Afternoon. 
Firft Quarter the 28th day, ^ in the Afternoon. 



W. 
days 



Feftlvals, 
Remarkable Days 
&c. , 



Wed 

Thu 

Frid 

Satu 

Sund 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Thu 

Frid 

Satu 

Sund 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Thu 

Frid 

Satu 

Sund 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Thu 

Frid 

Satu 

Sund 

Mon 

Tues 

Wed 

Thu 



Sun 
rifes 
H.M 



All Saints. 

St. John's tak. 75 

2 1 Sund. p. Trin. 

Days loh. 8 m. 



22 Sund. p.Trini. 
Montreal ta. 75 

Fort MifF. ev. 77 
Fort Waftit. t. 7^ 

Fort Lee tak. 76 

23 Sund. p. Trin 



Days 9h. 36m. 



24 Sund. p. Trin. 



Provi. Treat. 82 



Sun 
fets 
H.M 



50 
51 
52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 

58 
o 

1 

2 

3 
4 

5 
6 
8 

9 

o 
1 

2 

3 
3 
4 

5 
6 
6 

7 



5 'o 
5 9 
5 8 
5 7 
5 6 
5 5 
4 
3 
z 



59 
5 

57 
56 
55 
54 
452 

4 5' 
50 

.49 

48 

47 
47 
46 

45 
44 
44 
43 
42 



Moon 

fets 

H.M. 



1 19 

2 30 

3 40 

4 5° 
rijes 

5 



High 
Water 

h:m. 



1 

6 1 

7 20 

8 26 

9 28 
10 40 

»i 53 
Morn 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 
6 

fets 
5 



4 42 



58 
49 

5° 
57 



10 2 

11 8 
tnorn 
'on 

1 18 



6 11 

7 4 
7 56 

.8 51 

9 44 

10 43 

11 30 
morn 

27 

1 21 

2 13 



3 5' 

4 4> 


5 31 


6 20 


7 1 


7 47 


« 33 


9 19 


10 5 


10 50 


11 37 


A. 27 


1 17 


2 7 


2 56 


3 47 


4 44 


5 35 







( 


H 


) 








DECEMBER begins on FRIDAY, hath XXXIDays. 




Full Moon the 5th day, 8 in the Morning. 




Laft Quarter the 12th day, 7 in the Morning. | 


New Moon the 20th day, at Midnight. 




Firft Qnarter the 28th day, 3 in the Morning. | 







Feftivals, 


Sun 


Sun 


Moon g 


High 


k 


w. 


Remarkable Days 


rifes 


fets 


fets 


U 


Water 


days. 


&c. 


H.MIH.M 

7 i9j4 41 


H.M. 


•s 


H.M. 


1 


Frid 


Days gh. 22m. 


2 28 


12 


6 29 


2 


Satu 




7 20I4 40 


3 38 


13 


7 18 


3 


Sund 


Advent Sunday. 


7 20 


4 40 


4 50 


14 


8 i6 


4 


Men 




7 21 


4 39 


6 8 


'5 


8 59 


5 


Tues 




7 21 


4 39 


Rifes 


16 


9 52 


6 


Wed 




7 22 


4 38 


5 54 


17 


10 40 


7 


Thu 


Bat. Newport, 76 


7 22 


4 38 


7 8 


18 


11 35 


8 


Frid 


Bat.G. Bridge, 75 


7 23 


4 37 


8 20 


19 


Morn 


9 


Satu 




7 23 


4 37 


9 32 


20 


27 


16 


Sund 


2 Sund. in Ad vent 


7 24 


4 36 


10 38 


21 


1 19 


1 1 


Men 




7 24 


4 36 


11 43 


22 


.2- 12 


12 


Tues 




7 24 


4 36 


Morn 


23 


2 52 


13 


Wed 


Days gh. 12m. 


7 24 


436 


48 


24 


3 41 


14 


Thu 


JerfeyOverrun 76 


7 25 


4 35 


1 54 


25 


4 3' 


15 


Frid 




7 25 


4 35 


2 49 


26 


5 17 


16 


Satu 




7 25 


4 35 


3 46 


27 


6 4 


17 


Sund 


3 Sund. in Advent 


7 25 


4 35 


4 44 


28 


6 49 


18 


Men 




7 25 


4 35 


5 40 


29 


7 37 


19 


Tues 




7 25 


4 35 


6 38 


1 


8 23 


20 


Wed 


Shorteft Day. 


7 25 


4 35 


Sets 


2 


9 7 


21 


Thu 


St. Thomas.. 


7 2? 


4 35 


5 28 


3 


9 55 


22 


Frid 




7 25 


4 35 


6 33 


4 


10 46 


23 


Satu 


■ 


7 25 


4 35 


7 38 


5 


11 35 


24 


Sund 


4 Sund. in Advent 


7 25 


4 35 


8 46 


6 


Aft. 24 


25 


Men 


Chriftmas. 


7 25 


4 35 


9 50 


7 


1 12 


26 


Tues 


Heffians taken, 76 


7 25 


4 35 


10 54 


8 


2 2 


27 


Wed 


St. John the Evan. 


7 25 


4 35 


Morn 


9 


2 53 


28 


Thu 


Innocents. 


7 25 


4 35 


-4 


10 


3 46 


29 


Frid 




7 24 


4 36 


1 16 


11 


4 37 


3° 


Satu 




7 24 


4 36 


2 2& 


12 


5 29 


31 


Sund 


Montgom. fell, 75 


7 24 


4 36 


3 38 


13 


6 26 



( '5 ) 
ECLIPSES. 

THERE will be five Eclipfes this year, three of the 
Sun and two of the Moon. 

The firft is of the moon, January 14th, the former 
part vifible,-and the latter invifible. 

Beginning, 14th Day, at 6h. 38m. ) § 
Middle, 7 40 ( ° 

End, - g ^l fe. 

Duration, 2 2Z > '^ 

Digits eclipfed near 5, on the Moon's fouth limb. 

N. B. This eclipfe begins but 38 minutes before 
the fun rifes ; fo only the beginning is vifible. 

The zd is of the fun, January zgth, at 40 minutes 
paft 6 o'clock' in the evening, invifible. 

The 3d is of the Moon, July 11th, vifible in part, 
and calculated as follows : 

Beginning of vifibility, 4h. im. 

Beginning of total darknefs, 5 29 
Middle, - 5 55 

End of total darknefs, 6 7 I 3' 

End of the Eclipfe, 7 3° J ' 

Digits Eclipfed near 1 3. 
N. B. This eclipfe begins but 31 minutes before 
the Sun rifes; fo only the beginning is vifible. 

The 4th is of the Sun, July 25th, at 53 minutes 
paft 3 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 

The 5 th is of the Sun, December 20th, at 52 mi- 
nutes paft 1 1 o'clock in the morning, invifible. 
Moon's Latitude, 1° 22' South. 



Common Notes and Moveable Feasts, for 1786. 



Golden Number, 1 

Epact, o 

Dominical Letter, A 

Cycle of the Sun, 3 



Shrove Sunday, Feb. 26. 
Eafter Sunday, April 16. 
Afcention Day, May 25. 
Whitfunday, June 4. 



( .16 ) 



TABLE 


of DOLLARS, cfec. 


2 




N.Hampfli 


N. -Jersey, 




o 3 


New- York 


Maflkchu. 


Pennfylvn. 


S. Carolina, 




and 


Rhd. Ifland 


Maryland, 


and 


* O 


N. Carolina 


Conneftict. 


and Dela.- 


Georgia. 




£.080 


& Virginia 


ware. 




1 


£.0 6 c 


£.0 7 6 


£.0 4 8 


2 


16 


12 


15 


094 


3 


1 4 


18 


1 2 6 


14 


4 


1 12 


1 4 


1 10 


18 8 


5 


200 


1 10 


1 17 6 


1 3 4 


6 


280 


1 16 


250 


1 8 


7 


2 16 


220 


2 12 6 


1 12 8 


8 


3 4 


28 


300 


] 17 4 


9 


3 12 


2 14 


376 


220 


lo 


40c 


300 


3 15 


268 


u 


480 


360 


426 


2 11 4 


12 


4 16 


3 12 


4 10 


2 16 


13 


5 4 


3 18 


4 17 6 


308 


H 


5 12 
60c 


440 


5 5 


3 5 4 


15 


4 10 


5 12 6 


3 10 


16 


680 


4 16" 


600 


3 14 8 


17 
18 


6 16 


5 2 


676 


3 19 4 


740 


580 


6 15 


440 


'9 


7 12 


5 14 


726 


488 


20 


800 


600 


7 10 


4 13 4 


21 


880 


660 


7 17 6 


4 18 


22 


8 16 


6 12 


850 


528 


23 


940 


6 18 


8 12 6 


5 7 4 


24 


9 12 


740 


900 


5 12 


25 


10 


7 10 


976 


5 16 8 


26 


10 8 


7 16 


9 15 


6 1 4 
660 


27 


10 16 


820 


10 2 6 


28 


u 4 


880 


10 10 


6 10 8 


29 


11 12 


8 14 


10 17 6 


6 15 4 


30 


1200 


900 


11 50 


700 


35 


14 -0 


lo 10 


13 2 6 


8 3 4 
968 


40I 


16 


12 


15 



( 17 ) 

TABLE of DOLLARS, &c. 



z 

o 3 
3 - 


New 


-York 


N.Hamplh. 
Maffkchu. 


N. -Jersey, 
Pennfylvn. 


S. Carolina, 


and • 
N. Carolina 


Rhd. Ifland 
Conneftict. 


Maryland, 
and Dela- 


and 
Georgia. 


• o 


' 


• 




& Virginia. 


ware. 


' 


45 


18 








13 10 


16 17 6 


10 10 


5° 


20 








15 


18 15 


11 13 4 


55 


22 








16 10 


20 12 6 


12 16 8 


6o 


24 








18 00 


22 10 


14 


7° 


28 








21 


z6 5 


16 6 8 


8o 


32 








24 


30 


18 13 4 


90 


36 


, 





27 


33 15 


21 


100 
200 


40 
80 










30 
60 


37 10 
75 


23 6 8 
46 13 4 


300 


120 








90 


112 10 


70 


400 


160 








120 


150 


93 6 8 


500 


200 








1 50 


187 10 


116 13 4 


iBOO 
ZOOO 


400 
800 










300 
600 


375 
750 


233 6 8 
466 13 4 



Table of Er 


glifli and French 


Crowns as they pafs 


in the ftates of New-York and North-Carolina. 


No. 


L. 


s. 


d. 


No. 


L. 


s. 


d. 


No. 


L. 


s. d. 


1 





9 





15 


6 


15 





29 


13 


1 


2 





18 





16 


7 


4 





30 


13 


10 


3 


1 


7 





17 


7 


13 





40 


18 





4 


1 


16 





18 


8 


2 


0- 


50 


22 


10 


5 


2 


5 





19 


8 


11 





60 


27 





6 


2 


14 





zo 


9 








7<^ 


33.' 


10 


7 


3 


3 





21 


9 


9 





80 


36 





8 


3 


12 





22 


9 


18 





90 


40 


JO 


9 


4 


1 





23 


10 


7 ' 





100 


45 





10 


4 


10 





24 


lo 


16 





200 


90 





1 1 


4 


19 





25 


11 


5 





300 


135 





12 


5 


8 





26 


11 


14 





400 


180 





13 


5 


17 





27 


12 


3 





500 


225 





14 


6 


6 





28 


12 


12 





1000 


450 


Q 



( '8 ) 

A TABLE to afcertain the value of fundry Coins 
of Gold, as regulated by the Chamber of Com- 
merce;' which ftiews, at one view, their value in 
Great Britain. — N. B. There has been a late 
regulation made by the Affembly of South Caro- 
lina, thatEngli/k Guineas mujt weigh '^dtct. "] grs. 
Piftoles \dwt. 6grs.,andMoidores 6 a,wt. i6 grs. 





Standard 


New- 


Sterling 


SPECIES. 


Weight. 


York 
Curr. 


Mon. of. 
G. Brita. 


^ 


dwt. 


gr. 


L. s. d. 


L. s. d. 


Double Johannes 


18 





680 


3 12 


Single ditto 


9 





3 4 


1 16 


Half ditto 


■4 


12 


I 12 


18 D 


Quarter ditto 


2 


6 


0160 


090 


Caroline ditto 


6 


8 


1 18 


1 2 


Spanifh Doubloons 


17 





600 


360 


Two Piftole 


8 


12 


300 


1 12 


One ditto 


4 


6 


110 


16 


Englifli Guinea 


5 


6 


1 17 4 


1 1 


Half ditto - 


2 


15 


18 8 


10 6 


French Guinea 


5 


4 


1 i6 4 


1 1 


Half ditto - 


2 


14 


18 2 


10 6 


Chequin 


2 


4 


14 6 


080 


Moidore 


6 


18 


280 


170 





TABLE 


of 


HALF 


-JOHANN 


Z 


L. 


s. 


Z 


I.. 


s. 


Z 


L, 


s. 


■Z 
















.0 






9 


1 


3 


4 


12 


38 


8 


23 


73 


12 


50 


2 


6 


8 


'3 


4» 


12 


24 


76 


16 


60 


3 


9 


12 


H 


44 


16 


25 


80 





70 


4 


12 


16 


IS 


48. 





26 


83 


4 


80 


5 


i6 





16 


51 


4- 


27 


86 


8 


90 


6 


«9 


4 


17 


54 


8 


28 


89 


12 


100 


7 


22 


8 


18 


57 


12 


29 


92 


16 


200 


8 


25 


12 . 


19 


60 


16 


30 


96 





300 


9 


28 


lb 


20 


64 





35 


112 





400 1 


10 


32 





21 


67 


4 


40 


128 





500 1 


11 


35 


4 


22 


70 


8 


45 


144 





600 1 



ES. 
L. s. 

160 
192 
224 
256 
288 
320 
640 
960 
280 
600 
920 



o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 
o 



( 19 ) 

TABLE or GUINEAS, 



Reduced into New-York Currency. 



Gains. 


L. 


s. 


d. 


Guins. 


L. 


s. 


d.- 


1 


1 


17 


4 


31 


57 


17 


4 


2 


3 


14 


8 


32 


59 


H 


8 


3 


5 


12 





33 


6.1 


12 





4 


7 


9 


4 


34 


63 


9 


4 


5 


9 


6 


8 


35 


65 


6 


8 


6 


11 


4 





36 


67 


4 





7 


13 


1 


4 


37 


69 


I 


4 


8 


14 


18 


8 


38 


70 


18 


8 


9 


16 


16 





39 


72 


16 


p 


lO 


18 


13 


4 


40 


7^ 


13 


4 


11 


20 


10 


8 


41 


76 


10 


8 


12 


22 


8 





42 


78 


8 





»3 


24 


5 


4 


43 


80 


5 


4 


H 


26 


2 


8 


44 


82 


2 


8 


15 


28 








45 


84^ 








16 


29 


17 


4 


46 


85 


17 


4 


17 


3» 


14 


8 


47 


87 


14 


8 


18 . 


33 


12 





48 


89 


12 





>9 


35 


9 


4 


49 


91 


9 


4 


20 


37 


6 


. 8 


50 


93 


6 


8 


21 


39 


4 





60 


112 








22 


41 


1 


4 


70 


130 


'1 


4 


23 


42 


18 


8 


80 


149 


6 


8 


24 


44 


16 





90 


168 








25 


46 


>3 


4 


100 


186^ 


'1 


4 


26 


48 


10 


8 


200 


371 


6 


8 


27 


5° 


8 





300 


560 








28 


52 


5 


4 


400 


746 


13 


4 


29 


54 


2 


8 


500 


933 


6 


8 


30 


56 








1000 


1866 


>3 


4 



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♦ ■ 

THE 



New York Directory. 



ARDEN John, board-merchant, Num- 
, ber 106, Queen-Street 
Ash Tho. Winds, chair maker, 31, John-ft 
Atkinfon Francis, merchant, 223, Q-ftreet 
AUingham Charles, and company, mer- 
chants, 196, Queen-ftreet 
Abremse A. {hopkeeper, 42, Water-ftreet 
Abbot & Kanberry, tailors, 44, Water-ft. 
Albridge R. conveyancer, 27. Smith-ftreet 
Aften J. Ihoemaker, 31, Naffau-ftreet 
Anderfon A. joiner, 17, Maiden-lane 
Anderfon Elb. (hopkeeper, 5, Maiden-1. 
Anderfon J. {hopkeeper, 89, Water-ftreet 
Acklay A. iron-monger, 7, Bi'oad-ftreet 
Attwood T. Bridgen, doctor, 1 1, Dock-ft. 



( ^' ) 

Afding Charles, doctor, 13, corner Wil- 
liam and B^ekman ftreets 
AfflecK Robert, nnierchant, 60, Wm. ftreet 
Antwerp Van Ac M'Ewen, grocers, 3, Flym. 
Aiclcen And. fliojjk'eeper, 40, Broadway 
Anderfon, James, Ihoemaker, 65, Broadway 
Arthur John, merchant, 160, Oueen-ftreet 
Aorson Aaron, 28, Naffau-ftreet 
Afhfield John, baker, 44. William-ftreet 

B 

Barham Mrs. tavern-keeper, 18, Broadway 
Betts John, diftiller, 3 Whitehall 
Byrn William, Esq., 36 George-ftreet 
Bickers John, carpenter, 32 Geo. ftreet 
Brewer Peter, grocer, '124 Queen-ftreet 
Brevoort John, rrierchant, 161, Q. ftreet 
Berrien Peter, 103, Queen-ftreet 
Bawie, Ann, fliopkeeper, 60, Broad-way 
Bayly William, merchant, 58, Broadway 
Bache Abraham, rev. of the church of 

England, 29 Smith-ftreet 
Befley and Goodwin, druggifts and apo- 
thecaries, 229, Queen-ftreet 
BafTettiJFrancis, pewterer, 213, Q. ftreet — 
— -Burger John, goldfmith, 207, Queen-ftreet 
Bredhurst Samuel, phyfician and apothe- 
cary, 04; Queen-ftreet 
Bowne Geo. merchant, 37, Queen-ftreet 
Brevoort Abr. merchantj 26; Queen-ftreet 



( " ) 

Bradford & M'Ewen, plumb. 147 Wat. ft. 
Burke G. grocer, 161, Water-l'rreet 
Backhoufe, merchant, 163^ Water-ftreet 
Beeking Wm. grocer, 33, Han. fquare 
Berry & Rogers, 35, merchants^ Han. fqu. 
Bourghell J. watch maker^ 192, Water-It.-^' 
B & Browne, fliopkeepers, 14, Wm. ftreet 
Buckle William, meichant, 9, Water-ftreet 
Banks John, tailor, 12, Water-ftreet 
Bleecker J. and L. brokers, 20 Water-ft 
Bard John, merchant, 46, Water-ltrcet 
Byvanck John, merchant, 56, Water-ftreet 
Biggs Thomas, inftrument-maker, 60, fac 

ing Beekman's-flip 
Byarr Samuel, grocer, 75, Broadway 
Brooks M. painter & Glazier, 51 Crown-ft. 
Bewie Daniel, grocer, 38, Crown-ftreet 
Boftwick And. merchant, 37, Smith-ftreet 
Bryant William Mr. 1, Smith fti-eet 
Bramble James, whitefmith,'49, King-ft. -^ 
Bard Samuel, doctor, 46, Br( »ad-ftreet 
Barrow T. merchant, 58, Broad-ftreet 
Beckman J. Jas merchant, 20, Maiden-1. 
Bend Gi-ove. shopkeeper, 16 Smith-ftreet 
Broome J mei'chant, 6, Hanover-fquare 
Barclay Jas. merchant, 14 Hanover-fqu. 
BlackwellJofeph, merchant, 21, Han.-squ. 
Buclin T. and W. eai then-ware and glafT 

merchants, 69, Water-ftreet 
Bleecker L. Anth 40, auctioneer, Wall-ft. 



( 2.3 ) 

Brower N. merchant, 95, Water-itreet 
Bancker Evert, merchant, 5, Wall-Itreet 
Bvyres Lawrence, grocer, 64, Wall-ftFt-et^ 
Blagge Benj. esq. alderman, 63, Cherry-It; 
Barker B. w. & clock -maker, 57, Cherry- fr. 
Bleecker R. inn-keeper, 57, Cherryftreet 
Beckman Theoph. merchant, 9, Cherry-it. 
Burnside James, Mr. 67, Cheiry-ftreet 
Bowne Daniel, merchant, 6, Cherry-ftreet 
Bunas Benj. flioemaker, 3, Broad-ftreet 
Brower J. Uphollterer, 28, Broad-ftreef 
Brinckerhooff Abr. merchant, 10, Dbck-ft. 
Blair Archd. I'tock-broker, 16, L. Dock-ft. 
Bruce P. & R. merchants, 3, Front- ftreet- 
Brand Henry, tobacconift, 6, Beekmaii-lt 
Bond Abraham, grocer, 6, Whitehall 
Boyd James, grocer, 2 Pearl-ftreet 

- — Braflier'^. goldlmith, 1^ Cherry-ftreet -(- 
Burns John, merchant, 2, Flymarket 
Baldwin B grocer, 19, Flymarket 
Buffing N: tailor. Little Queen-ftreet 
Brown Tho. storre-cutter, Thame-ftreet 
Baufell John, grocer, Partition-ltreet 
Buskiik S. tin-man, 39, Broadway 
Bayly William, tin-man. 59 Broadway 
Bauman S. grocer, 62, Broadway 
Buchanan & Thomp. merchants, 243 Q. ft. 
Browne J. surgeon cfe dentift, 9 L. Q. Itreet 

.- — Beekman & Sons, merchants, 241 Q. ftreet 
Burtfell Wm. flioemaker, 12, L. Dock-ft. 



( H .) 
Beekman Van Beuen, 80, William-ftreet 
O'Bryans Captain, 1 1 Brownjohn's wharf 
Byrna^Dorften & Colburn, merchants,Flynj. 
■ Bay A. S. goldfmith, 66, Smith-ftreet -^ 

C. 

Colles B John, merchant, 12, Dock-ftreet 
Coster, Brothers and cc, 20, Dock-ftreet 
Chi Ids Francis, printer, 189, Water-ftreet 
Cuvrie Jo. confectioner, 52, Smith-ftreet 
Cuthbert Sam mast-maker, 18 L. Q. ftreet 
Clarkson David, merchant, 73, King-ftreet 
Constable, Rucker, and company, mer- 
chants, Dock-ftreet 
Cortlandt G. and company, ironmongers, 

42, Dock-ftreet 
Cape John, city tavern, , Broadway 
Costigin Johnson, tav. keeper, Lower Batt. 
Cowen Solomon, 4, Whitehall, 

Cheesman , tavern-keeper, Broadway 

Campbell Thomas, potter, 29, Geo. ftreet 
Cogswell James Mason, 219, surgeon and 

apothecary, Queen-ftreet 
Crabb Tho. merchant, 2r2; Queen-ftreet 
< Crosbey Dr, 59, Queen-ftreet 
Comfort & Joshua Sands, merchants, 50, 

Queen-ftreet 
Campbell John, 31, Hanover-fquare 
Craige, Wanright and company, apothe- 
caries, 27, Wall-ftree't 



( «5 ) 
Campbell Saml- bookfeller, 41, Han. fqu. 
Cox Ifaac, merchant, 194., Queen-ftreet 
Cocks Robert^ merchant, 4, Wm ftreet 
Chandler Metleck, fliopkeeper, 1 1, Wm. ft. 
Crone David, tailor, 7, between Fly- 

iriarket and Murray's-wharf 
Curfon Samuel, merchant, 208, Water-ft. 
Coon G. grocer, 31, Fly- market 
Cuyler Mrs. boarding and lodging-houfe 

for gentlemen, 45, Fly-market 
Carter A. (hoemaker, Cherry-ftreet 
Cock A. fchool-miftress, 9, Crown-ftreet 
Carmer Nich. cabinet-maker, 34, Maid. la. 
Charlton John, doctor; 37, Broad-ftreet 
Cautant David, windfor-c. m. 57, Broad-ft. 
Ceary James, lodging-houfe, 66, Broadway 
Carr M. Mrs. milliner, 8, Maiden-lane 
Chriftie James, earthen-ware and glass 

merchant, 12, Maiden:lane 
Campbell D. efq. merchant, 18, Smith-ft. 
Clarkfon D. and co. 13, Hanover-fquare 
Cocks E. merchant, 75, Water-ft. 
Clopper Com. merchant, 67, Water-ftreet 
CafEng Francis, porter houfe, 26, Wall-ft, 
Crygier, punch & p. houfe, 69, Cherry-ft. 
Cruger Nicholas, merchant^ 16, Duke-ft. 
Colinac John, merchant, 48, Dock-ftreet 
Clark Wm. innkeeper, 2, L. Water-ftreet 
Cook Aflier, tavernkeeper, Crane-wharf 
Chace John^ tailor, 18, Broadway 



( 26 ) 

Coll V. John, tailor, 48, Cherry-ftreet 
Clark Thomas, lumber-yard, Cherry-ftreet 
Clement John, grocer, 17, Flymarket 
Cornell Gilbert, fnufF mercht. 12, Flymar. 
Cock Henry, merchant, Cortlandt-ftreet 
Cochran J-ohn, doctor, 96, Broadway 
Cortlandt V. J. fugar-baker, 17, Broadway 
Cox Albian, merchant, 240, Queen-ftreet 
Cromie Francis, ihopkeeper, 62, Wm. ft 
Cockle Fred, ironmonger, &c. 193, Q. ft. 
Corre J. hotel, 52, Smith ftreet 
Campbell S. merchant, 4 Hanover-fquare 
Cockcroft Wm merchant, 39, Water-ft. 
Colles Chriftophei', fig-blue manufecturer, 

&c. 2, Lower-battery 
Conftable, Rucker, and company, mer- 
chants, Mill-ftreet 
Cooper Ananias, doctor, 47, Dock-ftreet 
Coffee M. P. teacher of languages, 21, 

Naffau-ftreet 
Cockran John, carpenter, 31^ Duke-ftreet 
Cocks J. merchant, 83, Water-ftreet 

Connelly , taverrikeeper, 27, Geo. ft. 

Coeurad W. Ham. baker, 19, Broad-(t. 

D 

Dramer Peter, merchant, 2, Whitehall 
Daly Mrs. ihopkeeper, Broadway 
Dorman Mrs. 126, Qqeen-ftreet 
Douglass Nathan, fchool-mafter, 127, Q.ft. 



. ( 27 ) 

Delaplein N. & W. merchants, 211, Q. ft. 
,Donovan Tim. tobacconift, 57, Q. ftreet 
Donaldfon J. fhoemaker, 76, Q. ftreet 
Dodds T. organ and musical inftrument 

maker, 76, Q. ftreet 
Duleey & company, merchants, 51, Q. ft. 
Delbrofees James, 9, Q. ftreet 
Delbrofees Mrs. 8, Q. ftreet 
Dudley Wm board. <fe lodg. 151^ Wat.-lt. 
Douglas Benj. tailor, 27, Smith-ftreet 
Dewhurft John, merchant. 9O; Water-ft. 
Duychinck G medicine ftore, 13, Wat.-ft. 
Dixon J. merchant. 94 Wm.-ftreet 
Daft Tho. watchmaker, 33. Maiden-lane \ 
Debaw Mary Mrs. earthen-ware, Maiden-I. 
Dibiny Mrs. 18, Wall-ftreet 
Deril Wm. earthen-ware, 79, Water-ftreet 
Dennirig Wm. eftj. 16, Wall-ftreet 
Dominick Fran, lumber-yard, 7 Cherry-ft. 
Dal ton John, ftirgeon, 67 Broad-ftreet 
Duine John, 8, Broad-ftreet 
Duncin and Ferguft)n, 10, Flymarket 
Deane Richard, diftiller, lower end of 

Greenwich-ftreet 
Da(h B. John-, tin, copper and, iron-mon- 

gry ftore, 67, Broadway 
Duming Richd. merchant, 202, Q. ftreet 
Douglass Geo. grocer, 14, Flymarket 
Delafield John, broker, &c. 28, Water-ft. 



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Dewint John, merchant, 12, Duke-ftrcet 
Delap Samuel, 239, Queen-ftreet 
Depeyfter W. A. 

Draper Geo. doctor, &c. 47, Han.-fquare 
Degro Peter, painter and glazier, 136, Q.ft. 
Deleplane Jo. Quaker fperker, 132, Q. ft. 
Dale Samuel. 78, Queen-ftreet 
Deremur Nicholas, hatter, 85, Queen-ftreet 
Douglass Geo. & S. merchants, 233, Q. ft. 
Doblon Tho. merchant, 330, Q. ureet 

E 

Egbert Moses, , Whitehall 
Eckert Catharine, gent. 22, George ftreet 
Earl A. Mrs. Ihopkeeper, , Broadway 
Eultace Edward, Ihoemak. 122, ^roadway 
Ellis John, merchant, 25, Broadway 
Ellfworth John, hatter, 23, Broadway 
EUifon Wm- joiner, 20, King-ftreet 
Elfworth V. merchant, 19, Maiden-lane 
Edgar Wm. efq. 7, Wall-ftneet 
Egbert James, carman, 2, Dock-ftreet 
Eccles Wm. merchant, 10, Hunter's Quay 



Franks D. conveyancer, &c. 66, Broadw. 
Forbes A. Wm. saddler, 78, Broadway 
Farfor Alex. Ichool-mafter, , Whitehall 
Fredenburgh Ifaac, Ihnemak. , Broadw. 
Faifli Michael, mifon, 1 1 2, Queen-ftreet 



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Forbes A. Wm. carpenter, 9S, Q.-ftreet 
Franklin Thomas, merchant, 94, Q.-ftreet 
Fifher Leonard, furg. barber, 1 16, Q.-ftreet 
Fraifer Wm. fhip-carpenter, 79, Q.-ftreet 
Franklin Samuel, merchant, 183, Q.-{treet 
Flight Jnfeph, merchant, 28, Queen-ftreet 
Fofter John, merchant, 133, Water-ltreet 
Fred, and Philip Rhinelander, merchants, 

168, Water-ftreet 
Fat & la Foigue, furriers, 23, Water-ftreet 
Fleming John, auctioneer, 54, Smith-ftrcet 
Fortune Jolm^ grocer, 8, Garden-ftreet 
"Forbes G.VWm. goldfmith, 88, Broadway + 
Fallum Michael, grocer, 1, Naffau-ftreet 
Fox G. tailor, 6, Smith-ftreet 
Fifher John Mr. 20, Duke ftreet 
Fleming Mrs. mantua-maker, 22, Duke-ft. 
Foreft & Cleminfon, grocers, 2, L.Water-ft. 
Francis John, board. & lodg. 3, Dock-ft. 
Freeman John Captain, 30, Cherry-ftreet 
Franklin John, merchant, 35, Cherry-ftreet 
Fine Jacob, merchant, 9, Flymarket 
Forbes P. Mrs. ftiopkeeper, 73, Broadway 
Foxcroft John/^ 91, Broadway 

.^ — Fueter Dani^ goldfmith, 94, Broadway -V- 
Fell & Graham, merchts. 2, Crugef's-wh. 
Franklin Tho. jun. auctioneer, 14, H. squa. 
, Ferris Jonathan, farmer, Frogfneck, Weft 

Chefter 



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Goodbcrlat Ja/dn, tailor, , Broadway 
' — Gilbert WrfL filverfmith, , Broadway^ 
Garness Nelly, tailor, 116. Queen-ftreet 
Gefner John, grocer, 50, Chatham-ftreet 
Green Richard, painter, gilder, glazier, & 

colourman, 237, Queen-ftreet 
Getfield Benj. breeches & leather dreffer, 

20, Queen-ftreet 
Gaine Hugh, bookfeller, &c. 36, Han. fqu. 
Gault Robert, merchant, 30, Han. fquare 
Gaine R. John, bookfeller, 44, Han. fqu. 
Grandine John, Ihoemaker, 1, Wm. ftreet 
Gourlay Mrs. milliner, 13, Wm. ftreet 
Gillefpie Jas. & Tho. merchts. 15, Wm. ft. 
Gardiner Thomas, merchant, 85, Wm. ft. 
Grier, Brooks <fe co. merchts. 88, Wm. ft. 
Grimes, fchool-maftcr, 7, King-ftreet 
Gano John, miniftcr of the baptift church, 

14, King-ftrect 
Gillclan John, grocer, 9, Garden-ftreet 
Gardiner Noah, ihoemaker, 32, Maiden-1. 
Graham John, tin-plate-worker, 1 1, M. 1. 
Garbrane Peter, turner & umbrella-ma- 
ker, 62, Maiden-lane 
Governeur Ifaac, fen. 14, Smith-ftreet 
Gamble A. merchant, 22, Hanover-fquarc 
Goold Edward, 48, Wall-ftreet 
Gilchrift John, doctor, 66, Chcrry-ftrcet 



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Goclet John, merchant, 26, Cherry-ftreet 
Goodeve John, chandler, ^^, Broadway 
Goelet John, merchant, 5, Duke-ftreet 
Griffiths John, hair-dreffer, 18, Chath.-row 
George J. currier, 57, Dock-ftreet 
Green John, grocer^ 6, Moore-ftreet 
Grifwood J. 121, Water-ftreet 
Grant James, grocer, 33, Roofevelt-ftreet 
Garner D. tailor, 44, Cherry-ftreet 
Grefwald J. diftiller, 19, Cherry-ftreet 
Graham James,* merchant, 25, Cherry ft. 
Gib M. A. painter & glazier, 80, Broadw, 
Guion Carthy & co. merchts. 33, L. Dock-ft. 
Goforth Wm. merchant, 139, Water ft. 
Glover John, merchant, 71, Wm. ftreet 
Gilford Samuel, merchant, 77, Wm. ftreet 
Gomez Mofes, 203, Water-ftreet 
Goclet Peter, merchant, 48, Han. fquare 

H 

Hall, inn-keeper, Harlaem Heights, 
Hendricks Carman, 28, George-ftreet 
Hbbley Abr. tavernkeep. 143, Q. ftreet 
Hitchcock John, carman, 117, Q. ftreet 
Hegeman Peter, ftiopkeeper, 131, Q. ft. 
Hyatt Caleb, innkeeper, 151, Q. ftreet 
HoUwel Sam. houfe carpenter, 105, Q. st. 
Hitchcock D. houfe carpenter and under- 
taker, 89, Queen-ftreet 
Hogland John, faddler, &c. ^5, Q. ftreet 



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Henderfon Hugh, mercht. 24, Queen-ftrcet 
Howe General, 156, Water-ftreet 
Hewxhurft <fe Seaman, earthen-ware houfe, 

178, Water-ftreet 
Hull Oliver, medicine-ftore, 26, Han. squ.- 
Hunt John; merchant, 36, Han fquare 
Hendrick Uriah, ironmonger, 43, H. squ. 
Harrifon Richard, efq. 186, Water-ftreet 
Harry Peters, 3, William-ftreet 
Hone & Moore, merch. 19, Wm.-ftreet 
Hallett Jacob, grocer, 2, Water-ftreet 
Hazard & Brewfter, ironmong. 16, Wat. ft. 
Herring Abrm. merchant, 50, Water-ft. 
Haviland E. merchant, 65, Water-fti-eet 
Howe and Prince, merchants, 86, Wat.-ft. 
Hogg E. fchool-mafter, 58, Crown-ftreet 
Hay Samuel, merchant^ 86, Wm.-ftreet 
Harris C. merchant, 93, Wm.-ftreet 
Hodge Robert, book-binder, and ftation- 

er, 38, Maiden-lane 
Hill Wm. & CO. merchants, 39, Maid. 1. 
Haron Dens, tailor, 41, Maiden-lane 
Hicks Miss 45, Maiden-lane 

-Haviland and Lawrence, 48, Crown-ftreet 
Henry John, Mr. 43, Crown-ftreet . 
Heymets, tailor, 30, Crown-ftreet 
Haughton Thomas, 45, Smith-ftreet 
Heyer Walter, tavernkeep. 75, King-ft, 
Houfe A. baker, 43, Broad-ftreet 
Hicks John, doctor, 47, Naflau-ftrcet 



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""Halftead B. goldfmith, 13, Maiden-lane •\ 
Hele Mrs. (hopkeeper, 10, Maiden-lane 
Harding John, Ihopkeeper, 29, Smith-ft. 
Huck Michael, Ihopkeeper, 1, Han. fquare 
Harfin George, tailor, 46, Wall-ftreet 
Hamilton and co , diftillery, 101, Water-ft. 
Hunt T., merchant, 104, Water-ftreet 
Hamilton and Miller, vendue and com- 

miffion ftore, 33, Water-ftreet 
Harding S. Captain, 65, Cherry-ftreet 
Haight Ben. faddler, 53, Broadway 
Haight&VanVoorhies, merchts. 9, Dock-ft. 
Hallet David, tailor, 28, Dock-ftreet 
Hopper Andrew, merchant, 7 1 , Chath.-row 
Hath Thomas, carpenter, , Chatham-r. 
Hanfliew Mrs. tutoress, 64, Beekman-ftreet 
Hillyer Wm., tavernkeeper, 1, L. Wat.-ft. 
Hacker H., merchant, 8, Flymarket 
Harman Frederick, doctor, 35, Broadway 
Houfeman John, painter, &c. 48, Broadway 
Houfeman William, tailor, 70, Broadway 
Hoffman Mrs. grocer, 71, Broadway 

Haviland, , merchant, 164, Queen-ft. 

Hunter E., merchant 163, Queen-ftreet 
Henry John, merchant, 209, Queen-ftreet 
Hart Lion, merchant, 4, Little-Dock-ftreet 
Hick Paul, ftioemaker, 39, Wm.-ftreet 
Hearne, livery-ftables, 56, Gold-ftreet 
Hoffman Mrs. 27, John-ftreet 
Henry John, merchant, 209, Queen-ftreet 



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Hazard Ebenezer, efq. ^^, Broadway 
Hawxhurft Nathaniel, watch-m. 204, Q. ft. 
Haydock Henry^ merchant, 197, Q. ftreet 
Haydock & Warr, merchants, 49, Q. ftreet 
Hopkins Sam. & co. merchants, 30, Q. ft. 
Himele Jas. watch-maker,' 179, Wm. ft. ^^p 
Hagermans Jacob, merchant, 72, Wm. ft. 
Hofack Alex, woolen & linen draper, 78, do. 
Hamtrack John, 15, Little-Queen-ftreet 
Hunt Thomas, 142, Water-ftreet 
Hamerfley Andrew, ironmonger, and dry 
good merchant, 46, Hanover-fquare 



Jones Ifaac, coach-maker, , Broadway 
Ifiah Rogers, W. Clerk, 123, Queen-ft. 
Johnft)n Ogden, 232. Q. ftreet 
Johnft)n Wm. ironmonger, 171, Water-ft. 
Johnfon Robert, merchant, 177, Water-ft. 
Jacobs Win. flioemaker, iSOi^ Water-ft. 
Ifaac Jofliua, merchant, 8, Water-ftreet 
Jauncey M. doctor, 15, King-ftreet 
Johnft)n David, efq. 17, Wall-ftreet 
Ifaac A. tailor, 3, Princess-ftreet 
Jemmifon Neil, merchant, 5, Han. fquare 
Ireland John, merchant, 68, Water-ftreet 
Jonas Lyon, furrier, 21, Broad-ftreet 
Jacobs Benj. merchant, 10^ Duke-ftreet 
Judah S. Benj. merchant, 22, Dock-ftreet 
Jacob E. carpenter, 4, Thames-ftreet 



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Jay Frederick, auctioneer, li, Q. ftreet 
Jones Herbert Mr. 5^, Wm. ft. 
Irwing Wm. merchant, 75, Wm. ftreet 
I'ans Francis, merchant, 51, Broad-ftreet 
Judfon David, 59, Water-ftreet 
Intire M. Neal, 19, Peck-flip 

K 

Kollock Shepard, printer and bookfeller, 

corner of Wall and Water ftreets 
Kennedy Henry, innkeeper, 13, Geo. ftreet ' 
Kenner Jonathan, carpenter, 152, Q. ftreet 
Kitchel Samuel, cooper, 108, Q. ftreet 
Kip James, brass-founder, 59, Broadway 
Keating J^ohn^ merchant, 220, Qucen-ftreet 
Kemble Wm. watch-maker, 62, Q. ftreet 4- 
Keating John, merchant, 20, Queen-ftreet 
Kelly M. innkeeper, 137, Water-ftreet 
King John, 2, William-ftreet 
King Abram. & John, merchts. 16, Wm. ft. 
Kip Henry, merchant, 25, King-ftreet 
Kip H. Henry, infpector of pot and pearl 

Afhes, 25, King-ftreet 
King John, tailor, 56, Broad-ftreet 
Kemble Peter, efq. 14, Smith-ftreet 
Kipp R. upholfterer, 7, Smith ftreet 
Kirkby Wm. pewterer, 23, Dock-ftreet 
Kip Leonard, merchant, 21, Dock-ftreet 
Kip Jas. & Henry, merchts. 40, L. Dock-ft. 
King Francis, innkeeper, 10, Front-ftreet 



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Kunzc Chris. John, doctor, 24, Chat.-row 
Kemper John, painter, 3, Partition-ftreet 
Kenyon Wm., painter, 190, Queen-ftreet 
King and co., merchants, 65, Wm.-ftreet 
Kempton Sam., tin-plate, copper and iron 

fmith, 197, Water-ftreet 
Keating Charles, 15, New-Dock-ftreet 
Kip and Duryea, merchants^ 45, Han. fqua. 

L 

Lomefny James, 34, George-ftrcet 
Lawrence J.; merchant, 1 62, Queen-ftreet 
Livingfton Mrs., 51, Queen-ftreet 
Leath Mrs. 107, Queen-ftreet 
Labec Catharine, fliopkeeper, 82, Q. ftreet 
Lecock and Intle, winfr-chairm. 7 1, Q. ft. 
Lott and Van Horn, merchants, 214, Q. ft. 
Lenox Robert, merchant, 210, Q. ftreet 
Livingfton G. Robt. 1, Queen-ftreet 
Lawrence A. merchant, 132, Water-ftreet 
Laight Wm. merchant. 136, Water-ftreet 
Leary D. tailor, 169^ Water-ftreet 
Leipper and Gray, merchants, 36, H. squ. 
Leary Wm. grocer, 182, Water-ftreet 
Ludlow C. efq. 184, Water-ftreet 
Loudon Sam. printer, &c. ^, Water-ftreet 
Lencefter B. {hipwright, 73, Cherry-ftreet 
Lawrence John, doctor, 53, Smith-ftreet 
Livingfton John, efq. 71, King-ftreet 
Lynch and Stoughton, merchants, 9, P. ft. 



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Lee and Fergufon, 24, Naffau-ftreet 
Lewis James, tailor, 2, Garden-ftreet 
Lyncli Dominick, 9, Princess-ftreet 
Laughern Arthur, merchant, 54, M. lane 
Ludlow and Goold, 47, Wall-ftreet 
Laehr Chriftian, tailor, 42, Smith-ftreet 
Lawrence Tho. merchant, 61, Cherry-ft. 
Leary Jofeph, chocolate-mak. 15', Broad-ft. 
Lott Abraham, merchant, 15, Duke-ftreet 
Levy Rayman, merchant, 7, Duke-ftreet 
Leake G. John, gentleman, 5, Eair-ftreet 
Lawrence Richd. china, glass and earthen 

ware merchant, 26, Golden-hill ftreet 
Latham J. efq. 13, Cherry-ftreet 
. LefFerts & Suydem, merchts, 40, Water-ft. 
Laftier John, grocer, &c. 28, Fly-market 
Lefoy Thomas, hatter, , Broadway 
Lafley S. Mrs. fliopkeeper, 41, Broadway 
Livingfton J. clergyman of the Dutch 

church, 79, Broadway 
Lawrence & Morris, 83, Broa'dway, or at 

their ftore, corner t)uke-ftrect & Old-flip 
Livingfton John, efq. 51, Queen-ftreet 
Lamont ^Eneas, Intelligence-office, and 
• broker, 2^, Water-ftreet 
Lente L. Crift. merchant, 33, Han.-fquarc 
Ludlam Henry, bathing-houfe, North-R. 
Low Nicholas, merchant, 216, Water-ft. 
Lawrence EfF. merchant, 227^ Queen-ft 



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Longley Thomas, flioemaker, 57, Wm.ft. 
Lock wood John, mercht. 74, Wm. ftreet 

M 

Monerie Mrs. gent. 35, George ftreet 
Merchant Henry, innkeeper, 9, Geo. ftreet 
Martling Mrs. tavern-keeper, 4 Geo. ft. 
Miller John, hair-dreffer, , Broadway 
Manly Robert, coachmaket; , Broadway 
Macabee Mrs. grocer, 142, Queen-ftreet 
Mackay Donald, hair-dreffer, 157, Q. ftreet 
Montgomery Mrs. 51, Queen-ftreet 
Mead James, merchant, 17, Roofevelt-ft. 
Montanue Ifaac, grocer, 83, Queen-ftreet 
Myers J. tavern-keeper, 30, John-ftreet 
Moore B. tobacconift, 45, John-ftreet 
Mitchel Andrew, merchant, 236, Q. ftreet 
More Richard, doctor, 229, Queen-ftreet 
Moorewood & co. merchants^ 222, Q. ftreet 
Mitchel H. watch-maker, 201, Q. ftreet /^ 
Montaudevert Jas. merchant, 202, Q. ft. 
Myers Wm. hair-dreffer, 62, Queen-ftreet 
Murray John, jun. merchant, 38, Q. ftreet 
Muligan H. merchant tailor, 23, Q. ftreet 
Miller E. jun. merchant, 14, Queen-ftreet 
Merkel Lott, furrier, 6, Queen-ftreet 
Muiffon James, apothecary, ij'o, Water-ft 
Mahon William, & co. merchants, 159, 

Queen-ftreet 
Maule Thornas, merchant, 40, Han.-fqu. 
Meales Jofh. & co. merchts. 191, Wat.-ft. 



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Murro <fe M'Graith, merch. 23, Maid-^lane 
Mould Walter, 23, William-ftreet 
Morgan J. jun. paint. & glaZ. 15, Wat. ft. 
Miller Peter, tobacconift, 19, Water-ftreet' 
Morton S. M. merchant, 215, Wat.-ftreet 
Macgill Robert, bookfeller, 212, Wat.-ft. 
Mitchell & Herbertfon, 42, Golden-hill 
Mowatt John, iron-monger, 87, Wm.-ft. 
Meeks Edward, bla'ckfmith, 5, Crown-ft. 
Montanye Ab. braff founder, 13, King-ft. 
Mercein Andrew, baker, 16, King-ftreet 
Montgomery Robert, 19, King-ftreet 
Miller Mary Mrs. 55, King-ftreet 
Mafon John, minilter, of the Seceder. 

church, 7, Naffau-ftreet 
Mooney Wm. upholfterer, 14, Naffau-ft. 
Murphy Mary, tavernkeeper, 57, M. lane 
Montgomery Robert, watch and clock- 
maker, 3 J, Wall-ftreet 
Mulheran Richd. merchant, 87, Water-ft. 
Morrifon John, dyer, 91^ Water-ftreet 
Maxwell Wm. fnufF and tobacco manu- 

factorer; 4, Wall-ftreet • 
Mordecai Jacob, vendue and commiflion- 

ftore, 22, Wall-ftreet 
Mbunt Jofeph, flioemaker, 68, Cherry-ft. 
Morton Wm. efq. 2, Duke-ftreet 
Morgan Jofeph, cutler, 27, Duke-ftreet 
Mark Phil. & Jacob, merch. 16, Dock-ft. 
Mecomb Jas. merchant, 28, L. Dock-ft. 



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Moody J. tavemkeeper, 32, L. Geo,-ftreet 
Moore Wm. doSor, 15, Beekman-ftreet 
MuiTay,Mumford/&Bowen, merch-Cranw. 
Milier, dodor, 30, Golden-hill 
Myer John, merchant, i. Fly-market 
Mitchell David, earthen-ware merchant, 

27, Fly-market 
Moore N. mason, Dyes-ftreet 
Mills John, fhoemaker. 38, Broadway 
Milk JoHl houfe-carpenter, 76, Broadw. 
Mooney B. hatter, 43, William-ftreet 
Merritt William, tailor, 50, WoL-ftreet 
Mofes liaac, audioaeer, 37, Dock-ftreet 
Marr J. iaddler, 35, Broadway 
Mennye John, fchool-mafter, 32, Gold-ft. 
Malcolm William, Sc co. '159, Water-ftreet 
M'Dougall Peter, merchant, , Q. ftreet 
M'Farlane, earthen- ware dealer, 56, WmJL 
M'Guier, tailor, 24, Wm. ftreet 
M'Evers Geo. merchant, 7, Han. Iquare 
M'Lean Charles, grocer, 5, Moore-meet 
M'Lean John, printer, 231, Queen-ftreet 
M'Lean Mrs. midwife, 6. Broad-ftrect 
M'Leir Abraham, merchant, 19 Duke-ft. 
M'Lean Peter, merchant, 32, Duke-ftreet 
Maverick Peter, engraver, 3, Crown-ftreet ' 
M'Quid John, habit-maker, 32, Q. ftreet 



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Norwood D. tavernkeeper, 44, John-ft. 
Nixon Thomas, merchant, 229, Oueen-ft. 
Norwood R. earthenware merch. 19, Jno.ft. 
Norton Ifaac & co grocers, 142, Water-ft. 
Nelfon William, capt. 26, Water-ftreet 
Nichols Lewis, merchant, 90, Wm.-ftreet 
Newton Jofeph, builder, 2, King-ftreet 
Nitchie John, ftarch and hair-powder ma- 
nufacturer, 7, Garden-ftreet 
Nathan Simon, merchant, 44, Broad-ftreet 
Norden Van Luke, fliopk. 3, Maiden-lane 
Norris Rich, porter-houfe, 3, Broad-ftreet 
Neilfon William, merchant, 40, Dock-ft. 
Neifman P. merchant, 16, Front-ftreet 
Nicholas W. merchant, 4, Beekman-flip 
Nicholas J. merchant, 4, Garden-ftreet 
Nafli Henry & co. , Broadway 

O 

Ofwald Eleazer, printer, 25, Water ftreet 
Ogden Samuel, merchant, 14, Water-ft. 
Ogilvie Mrs. fliopkeeper, 62, Kihg-ftreet 
Ogfbur Alex, {hopkeeper, 31, Smith-ft. 
Otterfon A. tailor, 17, Hanover-fquare 
Oudenaarde Marinus^ mercht. 19, Han. fq. 
Onderdonk J. doftor, 21, Beekman-ftreet 
Ogden Lewis, efqr. mercht. 41, Dock-ft. 
Oothout & Dumont, merch. 13, Smith-ft, 



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Powel Henry, tailor, 31, George-ftreet 
Paoefliels Leonard, tailor, 12, Geo.-ftreet 
Parker William, painter, 80, Queen-'ftreet 
Pierfeall & Pell, merchant, 205, Q. ftreet 
Pearflel Tho. merchant, 203, Queen-ftreet 
Prior Edmond, merchant, 195, Queen-ft. 
Parfons James, merchant, 194, Queen-ft. 
Piatt Wm. paper-hanger, 61, Queen-ftreet 
Pearfall and Embree, watch and clock- ^-Y" 

makers, 43, Queen-ftreet. 
Planton J. Ihopkeeper, 173, Water-ftrect 
Pattan Edward, tailor, &c. 179, Water-ft. 
Pendleton D. merchant, 67, Water-ftreet 
Pugfley John, merchant, 84, Wm. ftreet 
Pintard John, merchant, 16, Wall-ftreet 
Phelan Joze, clergyman of the church 

of Rome, i Beekman-ftreet 
Pothout John, merchant, 13, Smith-ftreet 
Panton Francis, merchant, 38, Wall-ftreet 
Parker Daniel, auftioneer, 23, Wall-ftreet 
Phacanon P. baker, 19, Duke-ftreet 
Poftlethwait Jas. Capt. 25, Duke-ftreet 
Pierce J. efq. 14, Dock-ftreet 
Prexel, J. painter, 25, Cherry-ftreet 
Philips Richard, 5, Cherry-ftreet 
Parks John, flioemaker, 10, Cherry-ftreet 
Poft Jothan, butcher, 8, Cherry-ftreet 
Pexton James, carpenter, 72, Broadway 



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Pickcn, dancing-mafter, i, Smith-ftreet ■« 

Pollock Geo. merchant; 24, Water-ftreet 
Pearffe John, 37, Crown-ftreet 
Palmer John, jun. 8, Rutgers-ftrcet 
Pozer Jacob, baker, 29, St. James-ftrcet 
Pollock Carlile, infurance-ofRce,24;Wat.ft. 
Piatt Richard, ^broker, 27, Water-ftreet 

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Quincey J. inftrument-mak. i99,Water-ft. 

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Robinft)n Mrs. 14, Georgc-ftreet 
Richardfon J. merchant, , Broadway 
Rifrarg Peter, tavern-keeper, 26, Geo.-ft. 
Rickey Alexander, carman, 13, George-ft. 
Ruffel Jofeph, carman, 121, Queen-ftreet 
Rorinells James, carpenter, 107, Queen-ft. 

Ricker Henry, cabinet-maker, 87, Q. ft.^ 

Rogers Leon, breeches-mak. 55, Broadw. 
Ropme Henry, merchant, 57, Broadway 
Rogers & Lyde, merchants, 200, Q. ftreet 
Rogers M. merchant, 26, Queen-ftreet 
Robins Ezk. <fe Enoch, hatters, 31, Q. ftr. 
Rofen G. ale & porter houfe^ 131, Watft. 
Rofe Jofeph, diftiller, 135;, Water-ftreet 
Rofe J. hair-drefler, 141, Water-ftreet 
Rofewell /. iron-monger, 1 74, Water-ftreet 

' Roberts Michael, goldftnith, 42, Han. sq, -V 

Rytter Daniel, tailor, 180, Water-ftreet 



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Rylander Mrs. fhopkeeper, lo, Wm. ftrect 
Ramage John, miniat. painter, 25, Wm.ft.-^ — 
Rutledge William, joiner, 214, Water-ft. 
Robertf'on Chas.' fhopkeeper, 83, Wm. ft. 
Reiley Robert, Ihoemaker, 5, L. Queen-ft. 
Remfen John, merchant, 29, King-ftreet 
Robuck Jarvis, cork-cutter, 54, King-ft. 
Renfon Wm. & co; merchts. 39, Broad-ft. 
Rogers John Dr. minifter of the united — 

preftiyterian congreg. 7, Naffau-ftreet. 
Ritter John, tailor, 54, Naffau-ftreet 
Roy Le Jacob & Sons, merchts. 31, M.lane 
Relay Ilenry, merchant, 30, Maiden-lane 

—Ritter Peter, jeweller, 51, Broadway ^ 

Richardfon John, fhopkeeper, 30, Smith-ft. 
Roberts Robert, hatter, 24, Smith-ftreel 
Retfop & Bayard, merch. 4, Hanover-fq. 
Remfen Henry, merchant, 8, Han. fquare 
Robertfon Alex, merchant, 12, Han. fqu. 
Roberts M. Miss, milliner, 42, Wall-ftreet 
Ramfey John, merchant, 51, Wall-ftreet 
Rhodes Tho. boarding & lodg. 80, Wat.ft. 
Rierwick James, merchant, 7, Dock-ftreet 
Rofeumen Richd. tinman, 37, L. Dock-ft. 
Rkiffum Peter^ merchant, 7, Peck's-flip 

"^ Remfen W. & J. grocers^ 7, Whitehall 
Romaine Nicholas, 3, John-ftreet 
Renfor/Henry, {hoemaker,32,Cherry-ftreet . 

-~Ritter'^ichael, goldfmith, 24, Fly-market X 
Refler J. tallow-chandler, 34, Broadway 



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Ross Mrs. grocp; 37, Broadway 
Richardfon Jf^weller, 69, Broadway + 
Read & Bogardus, merchts. 244, Q. ftreet 
Read Jacob, merchant, 7, William-ttreet 
Roofevelt & Son, fugar-refiners, 159, Q. ft. 
■Raydock & Warr, merchants, 49, Qu. ft, 
Randall Son & Stewarts, merchts. 10, H.sq. 
Robertfon Robert, merchant, 73, Wm. ft. 
Robertfon Robert, merchant, 81, Wm. ft. 
Richards Smith, grocer, corner of Old 

Slip and Little Dock-ftreet 
Rofton R. Edward, i9i,Queen-ftre'et 



Spering Henry, ftioemakcr, 66, Broadway 
Shea George, merchant, 1, Hunter's-Quay 
Sutten Kellep, fliopkeeper, 8, Gcorge.ft. 
Shea Patrick, livery-ftables, 5, George-ft. 
Stanton Jafper, grocer, 3, George-ftreet 
Snell Elizabeth, fchool-miftress, 117, Q.ft. 
Steftrich G. Baker, 150, Queen-ftreet 
Seatori Mrs. boarding-fchool; 25, Smith-ft. 
Sutton Wm. ropemaker, 104, Smith-ftrect 
Stringham Jofeph Captain, no, Smith-ft. 
Snoe & Hay, flioemakers, 84,- Smith-ftreet 
Shattel John, flioemaker, 93, Smith-ftreet 
Slyhum Benj. Captain, 96, Queen-ftreet 
Sebring Barlet, 28, John-ftrcet 
Stevenfon Hay & co. merchants, , Q. ft. 
Sands Stephen, clock &.w. mak..i99, Q.ft. 4- 



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Sanfon, Murray & co. merchts. i82,Q. ftr. 
Sands Jolhua, merchant, 73, Queen-itrect 
Smith T. (hoemaker, 58, Qucen-ftreet 
Seamen Willet, merchant, 57, Queen-ftr. 
Stites John, merchant, 180, Queen-ftreet 
Scott & CO. 44, Queen-ftreet 
Saidler James, merchant, 34, Queen-ftreet 
Service Rob. & Geo. merchants, 27, Q. ft. 
Shntwell & Embree, merchants, 21, Q. ft. 
Scriba & co. merchants, 17, Queen-ftreet 
Sickles Gart. (hoemaker, 166, Water-ft. 
Stewart R. tobacconist, 42, Hanover-fq. 
Sarly & Barnwell, merchants, 193, Wat. ft. 
Salter & Chetwood,, merchants, 8, Wm.ft. 
Starr Jofeph, fhopkeeper, 1 2, Water- ftreet 
Shaw John, merchant, 213, Water-ftrcet 
Smith P. Wm. apothe. 205, Watcr-ftreet 
Sharp Mrs. merchant, 29,^ Water-ftreet 
Sears & Smith, merchants, 62,Water-ftreet 
Seaman John, grocer^ 66, Water-ftreet 
Stephenft)n Mrs. 24, Maiden-lane 
Smith Jane, fchool-miftress, 72, King-ft. 
Smith R. tailor, 35, King-ftreet 
Steel Stephen, coachmaker, 81, King-ftreet 
Schermerhom Sam. {hip-chand. 13, Prin-ft. 
Stoughton Thomas, 9, Princess-ftreet 
Silva Roiz Joze,' 1, Beckman's-ftrect 
Staples J. grocer, 5, Maiden-lane 
Stewart John, (hopkeeper, 51, Maiden-la. 
Shrupp Henry, tavernkeeper, 20, Smith-ft* 



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Seaman John, furrier, 20, Hanover-fquare 
Simmons John, tavern-keeper, 63,Wall-!ft. 
Smith T. efq. 9, Wa^l-ftreet 
Shepherd John,merchant tailor,2l,Wall-ft. 
Stediford G. auftioneer, 34, Wall-ftreet 
Sherred S. painter, &c. 14, Broad-ftreet ■ 
Sickles Henry, joiner, 26, Broad-ftreet 
Simpfon Solomon, 31, Broad-ftreet 
Stewart J. 4, Duke-ftreet 
Stewart Alex, merchant, 11, Duke-ft. 
Sidell Jt)hn, tailor, 21, Duke-ftreet 
Storm & Sickles, grocers, 35, L. Dock-ftr. 
Smith <fe Wikoff, merchants, 7, Old-flip 
Saltonftall & Mumford merchts. 30, Burfl. 
Saunders Tho. ftiipchandler, 31, Burl. flip. 
Shaffers D. tavernkeeper, 54, Chatham-row 
Spingler Henry, grocer, 7, Chatham-row 
Stout Benj. merchant, 6, Golden-hill 
Shea.fe Henry, boat-builder, 47, Cherry-ft. 
Simmons John, fliip-carpentcr, 46, Ch. ft. 
Shelly J. chair-maker, j'o, Cherry-ftreet — - 
Sickles M. cooper, 34, Cherry-ftreet 
Shonnard J. merchant, 29, Cherry-ftreet 
She^fe Henry, grocer, , Partition-ftreet 
Saunders N. Fred. fliopkeeper,42,Broadw. 
Scank Abraham, grocer, 52, Broadway 
Soderftrom Richd. conftil of Sweden, 63, 

Broadway 
Stewart & Jones, fliip-chand. Murray's-wh. 
Shalcr & Sebor, merchants, 15, Duke-ftreet 



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Stakes J. grocer, 49, Wm. ftreet 

Sacket Jofeph, doftor, 46, Wm. ftreet 

Smith Rachael Mrs. milliner, 59, Wm. ft. 

Singlair Hugh, grocer, 60, Wm. ftreet 

Stewart Auguftus, merchant, 7, Dutch-ftr. 

Steuart Archibald, merchant, 68, Wm. ft. 

Shippey Jofiah & co. merchants, 43, 
Little-Dock-ftreet 

Stevenfon Tho. auftioneer, 4, Murray's-w. 
Sadler and Bailie, merchants, 9, Han. fq. 

Shedden, Patrick, &£ co. merchants, 206, 
Water-ftreet 

Schuyler, furgeon, 2, Hanover-fquare 

Smith Elias, 5, Magazine-ftreet 

Stevens & Hubbell, merchants,! 45, Watft. 

Smith Nathaniel, perfumer & comb-mak- 
er, 185, Queen-ftreet 

Stackhoufe H. grocer, 16, Cherry-ftreet 



Teller, doftor, tavernkeeper, 24, Geo. ft. 
Tap William, accomptant, , George-ft. 
Thompfon Thomas, farrier, 141, Q. ftreet 
Teller & Vredenburgh, hatters, 146, Q. ft. 
Tierman Gabriel, tavemkeep. iii,Q. ft 
Thompson George, butcher, 128, Q. ft 
Titus Henry, lodging, &c. 30, Queen-ft. 
Tear John, linen draper, 54, Broadway 
Taylor John, & co. 225, Queen-ftreet 
Thomas Thomas, copperfmith, 206, Q. ft 



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Tom Thomas, grocer, 165, Water-ftreet 
Thompfon & Forbes, Ihopk. i76,Water-ft. 
Turrell E. merchant, 9, Wm. Itreet 
Turner John, merchant, 17, Wm. ftrect 
Thompfon Wm. captain, 28, Wm. ftr. 
Thompfon Thomas, tailor, 58, Water-ft. 
Taylor Wm. flioemaker, 47, Maiden-lane 
Thurman John, efcj. 58, Cherry-ftreet 
Thomas John, houle-carptr. 9, L. Queen-ft. 
Taylor John, merchant, 23, King-ltreet 
Trent dodor, 16, Naffau-ftreet 

Telyan V. chair-maker, 2, Broad-ftreetc 

Tinker Jas. Capt. 15, Little George-ftreet 
Tiflee N. Capt. 33, Cherry-ftreet 
Turrell E. merchant, 9, Maiden-lane' 
Tower J. grocer, 1 o, Cherry-ftreet 
Tillery James, dodor, 89, Broadway 
Thomas William, grocer, 242, Q. ftreet 
Tuck, Daniel, & co. merchts. 3, L. Dock-ft. 
Turner Willam, flioemaker, 35, Wm. It. 
Thompfon Alex. & John, merchants, 63, 

Wiiliam-ftreet 
Turner John, jun. merchant, 79, Wm. ft. 

U 

Varick Wm. merchant, , Broadway 
Undrey Andrew, 125, Queen-ftreet 
Ufiah Burgh, {hoemaker, 128, Queen-ft 
Ulick Wm.dancing-Mafter, 29, John-ft. 
Van Rants Mrs. ^S, Queen-ftreet 



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- Vandyk Francis, chocolate-mak. 48, Q. ft. 
Uftick Wprf. merchant, 33, Queen -ftreet 

.VanVoornis & Cooly, filverftniths,27,H.fq. /, 

Vickab M' & Cumniin,merchts. 1 S.Wm.ft. 
Vanderbilt Oliver, flioemaker, 4, Water-ft, 
— UnderhillSVernon,goldfmiths,4l,Smith-ft. / 
Van Tuyl Andrew, 46, Smith-ftreet 
Van Horn David, 58, Smith-ftreet 
Vanley John, tailor, 12, Princcss-ftreet 
Vredenburgh W. John, 46, Dock-ftreet 
Vacher John, doftor, 9, Fair-ftreet 
Vanbleck Abram. dodor, Dyes-ftreet 
Van Cortlandt Mrs. 40, Broadway 
Vicker M. J. merchant, 39, Maiden-lane 
Uftick Wm. merchant, 33, Queen-ftreet 
Van Pell T. merchant, 41, Wm. ftreet 
Vredenburgh, 145, Queen-ftreet 
Van Hook, fexton of the Dutch church 

8, Crown-ftreet 
Van Zandt Peter, 53, Water-ftreet 
Van Zandt Viner, auSioneer, 202, Water-ft. 
Van Zandt Tobias, chocolate-maker^ 92, 
Vandam Anth. merchant, 13, Naflau-ft. 

W 

Walker Samuel, tavernkeeper, 12, Geo. ft. 
Warner Jas. & Chas. coackmak. Broadw. 
Wandle Abram. inkeeper, 108, Queen-ft. 
Waggonen Van H. and Sons, ironmon- 
gers, 1, Beekman-llip 



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Wood T. flioemaker^ 32, Han. fquare 
Whitehoufe John, fpirit dealer, 181, Wat ft. 
Waldron Daniel, 7, merchant, Wm. ftreet 
Walker Jas. & co. merchants, 20,Wall-ft. 
Will Henry, pewterer, 3, Water-fcreet — 
White John, merchant, 11, Water-ltreet 
Walton A. merchant, 210, Water-ftreet 
Waddington H. & J. & co. merchants, 30, 

corner of King and Queen-ftreets 
Wilfon Abram, merchant, 89, Wm. ftreet 
William Wm. china, glass, & earthenware 

dealer, 46, Maiden-lane 
Wilfon James, minifter of the Prefbyterian 

church, 47, Smith-ftreet 
Wenman Richd. upholfterer, 2, L. Q. ftreet 
Wendover H. 11, Kirjg-ftreet 
Wallh Hugh, chandler, 50, King-ftreet 
Whjte A. 67, King-ftreet 
Wetlock James^ carpenter, 17, Princess-ft. 
Wyley John, tailor, i, Naflau-ftreet 
Webfter G. grocer, 4, Maiden-lane 
White Mrs. 50, Wall-ftreet 
Willet Taylor, grocer, 76, Water-ftreet 
Waters M. tavernkeeper, no, Wat. ftreet 
Wool J. laft <fe heel-maker, 14, Broad-ft.*- 
Webb B. Samuel, gentleman, 4, Dock-ft. 
WyckofF & Smith, 6, Dock-ftreet 
Woolfey George, grocer, 29, L. Dock-ft. 
Winant Widow, tavernkeeper^ 1 , Moore-ft. 
Watfon James, merchant, Crane-wharf 



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White John, grocer, 5, Flymarket 
Willement Wm. (hopkeeper, 24, Broadw. 
Wellfe Benj. fchool-mafter, 3, L. Q. ftreet 
Wilfon Thos. fail-maker, 13, Golden-hill 
Warrand John, merchant, 4, Dock-ftreet 
Woodhull & White, grocers, 172, Wat. ft. 
Williams Thos. capt. 143, Water-ftreet 
Wilks J. merchant, 235, Queen-ftreet 



Young John, fadler, 18, Queen-ftreet 
Youl E. cutler, 64, Water-ftreet 
Yates Richd. merchant, 28, Maiden-lane 



Zeller Samuel, baker, 7, Little-George-ft. 



OMISSIONS. 

Ferres John, merchant, 17, Dock-ftreet 
Fell & Graham, merchants, 2, Crugers wh. 
Ofljorn, boarding & lodg. 61, Water-ft. 
Strang Nathan, boarding and lodging 
house, 10, L. Water-ftreet 



( S3 ) 
THE HONORABLE THE MEMBERS OF 

CONGRESS. 

TTIS Excellency John Hancock, Efq. 
-'- -^ Prefident, Number 5, Cherry-ltreet. 

Charles Thomfon, Efq. Secretary, 28, K. ft. 

New-Hamp- j Pierce Long, ) yr 
fliire. I Sam. Livermore. ) ° 

C Rufus King, 
Maflachu- Nathaniel Gorham, 



fetts ( Nathan. Dane, 



i^Theod. Sedguick. 



Efqs. 



Rhode- 

Illand, 



.1 

^ . ^ ( Stephen M.Mitchel,) tr 

Connecticut. | William S. J ohnfonl p^'l'- 



New-York. 



John Lawrence, 
John Haring, 
Melancton Smith, 
Peter W. Yates. 



Efqrs. 



LambertCadwallader 



New-Jerfey. -; John Cleve Symmes, V Efq 
( JoBah Hornblower. ) 



Pennfyl- 

vania. 



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Charles Petti t, 
John Bayard, 
Arthur St. Clair, 
William Henry, 
James Wilfon, 



Efqrs, 



Delaware. 5^°^" ^'T^f H" ? Efqrs. 
(GunningBedford,ju.^ ^ 

f William Hindman^ 
Maryland. | John Henry, Efqrs. 

[ Samuel Chafe, 

' Richard HenryLee, ] 
James Monroe, j 
Virginia. -{ William Grayfon, Y Efqrs 
EdwardCarrington, 
Henry Lee, 



N. Carolina. 



S. Carolina. - 



CharlesPinckney, ~ 
Jacob Read, 
John-Bull, 
David Ramfay, 
John Kean. 



Efqrs. 



Georgia, William Houfton, Efquire. 

To be heard of at the Congress' Office, 
81, Broadway, coner of King-ftreet 



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Grand Departments of the ]Jnited 
States. 

His Excellency John Jay, Efqr. Secretary 
for foreign affairs, 8, Broadway 

Henry Remfen, jun, Efqr. Secretary to do. 

The Hon. Henry Knox, Efqr. Secretary 
at war, 15. Smith ftreet 

The Hon. Walter Livingfton, Samuel 
Ofgood. and Arthur Lee, Efqrs. Com- 
miflioners of the Treafury 

James Milligan, Efqr. Comptroller Gen. 

Jofeph Nourfe, Efqc. Regifter General 

John Dier Mcrcier, Efqr. Auditor Gen. 

John Pierce, Efqr. Pay-mafter General, 
and Commiflioner of Army Accounts, 
14. Dock-ftreet 

Edward Fox, Efqr. General-Hofpital De- 
partment, 7, Cherry-ftreet; 

William Denning, Efqr. Quarter-Mafter 
General, 18, Wall-ftreet 

Jonathan Burral, Efqr. Commiffary Ge- 
neral, 22, Broad-ftreet 

Jofeph Bindon, Efqr. Clother-General, 
C6, William-ftreet 

Jofeph Pennel, Efqr. Marine Department. 



( S6 ) 

Commiflioners for fettling the Accounts 
of the Citizens of the United States 
who have Claims againft them, 



New-Hampfliire, 

Maflachufetts, 

Rhode Ifland, 

Connecticut, 

New-York, 

New-Jerfey, 

Delaware, 

Pennfylvania, 

Virginia, 

Maryland, 

South-Carolina, 

North-Carolina, 

Georgia, 



Stephen Gorham, 
Stephen Flint, 
Edward Chim, 
Wm. Thompfon, 
Wm. Barber, 
Benj. Thompfon, 
Wm. Winder, 

( Benjamin Steile and 

\ John Story, 
Andrew Dunfcomb, 
John White, 
Gulliain Aertfon, 
Andrew Hindeman, 
None. 



( 57 ) 
List of the SENATE of the State of 

New- York. 
His Excellency GEORGE CLINTON, 

Elqr. Governor. 
Hon. Pierre Van Cortlandt, Efqr. Lieut. 
Governor, and Prefident of the Senate. 
For the Southern Diftrict. 
Ifaac Roofevelt, 
Alexander M'Dougall, 
Ifaac Stoutenburgh, 
Stephen Ward, 

Samuel Townfend, ^ Efquires. 

Lewis Morris, 
Ezra rHommedieu, 
Thomas Tredwell, 
William Floyd, 

For the Middle Diftrict, 



Jacobus Swartwouti 
William Allifon, 
Jofeph Gafhiere, 
Arthur Parks, 



1 



Efquires. 



For the Weftern Diftrict. 
Jacob G. Klock^ 
Abraham Yates, jun. 
Andrew Fink, 
Philip Schuyler, 
Peter Van Ness, 
Valkert P. Dow, 



Efquires. 



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For the Eaftern Diftrict. 
John Williams, 1 

Ebenezer Ruffell, )-Efquires. 

David Hopkins, ) 

Abraham B. Banker, Efqr. Clerk. 

LIST of the Hon. Members of Affem- 
bly elected for the feveral Counties in 
the State of New York, in April, 1785, 
for the year enfuing. 

For the City and County of New- York. 

John Stagg, Robert Boyd, 

William Denning, Ifaac Sears, 

William Malcom, Robert Troup, 

William Goforth, William Duer. ' 
Evert Bancker, 

For the City and County of Albany. 

Peter Vrooman, Leonard Bronck, 
John Lan(ing,jun. James Gordon, 
John Taylor, John Livinglton, 

Henry Glenn, Abram. J. V. Alftyne, 

Jacobus Schoonhov. Lawr. Hogeboom. 

For the County of SufiFolk. 

Jonathan N. Havens, Jeffery Smith, 
David Hedges, Nathaniel Gardner, 

•Thomas Youngs, 



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For the County of Ulfter. 

Nathan Smith, Corn. Schoonmaker, 

David Galatian, Jofeph Halbrouck, 
Thomas Jaien, Johannis Snyder. 

For Queen's County. 

Samuel Jones, James Townfend, 

Daniel W. Kiffam, Daniel Duryee. — 

For King's County. 

John Vanderbilt, Charles Doughty. 

For Richmond County. 
Jofhua Merfereau, John Dongan. 

For Weft-Chefter County. 

Philip Pell, jun. Samuel Drake, 
Thomas Thomas, Jonat. G. Tompkins, 
Ebenezer Lockwood Abijah Gilbert. 

For the County of Orange. 

Henry Weffner, 3d. John Bradner, 
Nathaniel Satterly, Gilbert Cooper. 

For Dutchess County. 

Dirck BrinckerhofF, John D'Witt, 
Lewis Duboys, Henry Ludenton, 

Matthew Patterfon, Brinton Paine. 
Jacob GriflBn, 



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For Montgomery County. 

Volkert Veeder, James Livingfton, 

Abram. Van. Home, Abram Arndt, 
John Frey, William Harper. 

For Wafliington County. 

Albert Baker, Ichabod Parker, 

Jofeph MCracken, Peter B. Tierce. 

Officers in Chancery, Judges, Justices 
OF THE Peace, AND other civil officers. 

The Hon. Robert R. Livingfton, Efqr. 
Chancellor of the ftate, 3, Broadway 

John M'Keffon, Efqr. Regiiler, 49, M.lane 

William Cock, Efqr. Deputy-Regifter, 
66, Wall-ftreet 

Clerks in Chancery. 

Morgan Lewis, 59, Maiden-lane 
John Lanfing and Jacob Stephen Lufti, 
Efqrs. in Albany 

Masters in Chancery. 

Gilbert Livingfton, Paughkeepfie 

Jeremiah Lanfing, Albany 

John Broome, Efq. 6, Hanover-fquare 

Hon. John Jay, 8, Broad ftreet 

Ed. Dunfcomb, Efq. Exam. 82, Wat. ft. 



( 6i ) 
Judges in the Supreme Court. 

The Hon. R. Morris, Efq. chief Juftice, 
corner Naflau and King-ftreets 

The Hon. Robert Yates, Efq. 

The Hon. John Sloss Hobart, Efq. 47, 
Crown-ftreet 

Egbert Benfon, Efq. Attorney General, 
Paughkeepfie, or at 22, Maiden-lane 

JohnM'Keffon, Efq. Clerk of the Supreme 
Court, and Nifi Prifis, Oyer and Ter- 
miner, and General Gaol Delivery, 49, 
Maiden-lane 

Officers of the City and County of 
New- York. 

The Hon. James Duane, Efq. Mayor, 26, 
Naffau-ftreet 

Richard Varick, Efq. Recorder, 46,Dock-ft. 

Abraham P. Lott, Efq. Alderman, Mai- 
den-lane 

Benjamin Blagge, Efq. do. 

John Broome, Efq. do. 

William Neilfon. Efq. do. 

Jeremiah Wool, Efq. do. 49, Broad-ftreet 

William W. Gilbert, Efq. do. 

Nicholas Bayard, Efq. do. 

Marinus Willett, Efq. SherifF, 22, Bcek. ft. 

Robert Benfon, Efq, Clerk, 22, Maiden-1. , 

Jeremiah Wool, Efq. Coroner 



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Commissioners of Forfeitures. 

Ifaac Stoutenburgh, and P. Van Cortlandt, 

Efquires, for the fouthern diftrict 
Daniel Graham, Efq. for the middle diftr. 
Henry,Oothoudt, Jeremiah Van Renflelear, 

and Chriftopher Yates, Efquires, for 

the weftern diftrict 
Alexander Webfter, Efq. for the eaftern 

diftrict 
John Lamb, Collector 
John Lafher, Surveyor and Searcher 
Daniel Fergufon, Land <fe Tide-waiter, 

29, Duke-ftreet 
John Stevens, do. , Maiden-lane 
Henry Becker, do. , Crown-ftreet 
Henry Devour, do. , Golden-hill 

Terjiay, do. Golden-hill 

William Strachan, do. Greenwich-ftreet 
William Huftin, do. Gold-ftrcet 

Scudder, do. Gold-ftrect 

Waterman, do. Cliff-ftrect 

John Banks, do. George-ftreet 
Stockholm, do. Cherry-ftreet 

Lawyers, Attornies, and Notary-Pub- 
lics, &c. 
John Lawrence, Efqr. 13, Wall-ftreet 
John D. Crimfhire, Efq. attorney and no- 
tary-public, 17, King-ftreet 



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Aaron Burr, Efqr. lo, Little Queen-ftreet 
Alexander Hamilton, Efqr. 57, Wall-ft. 
BrockhoHt Livingfton, Efqr. 12, Wall-ft. 
Wm. S. Livingfton, Efqr. 52, Wall-ftreet 
Thoinas Smith, Efqr. 9, Wall-ftreet 
Wm. Cock, Elqr. 66, Wall-ftreet 
Robert Troup, Efqr. 67, Wall-ftreet 
Morgan Lewis, Efqr. 59, Maiden-lane 
John Rutherford, 50, Broadway 
George Bond, Efqr. attorney and notary- 
public, J, William-ftreet 
William Wilcocks, , Broad-ftreet 
Richard Varick, Efqr. 46, Dock-ftreet 
James Giles, Efqr. 65, Maiden-lane 
John M'Keffon, Efq. 49, Maiden-lane 
John Keeffe, Efq. not.-pub. 227, Q.-ftreet 
Peter Ogilvie, 144, Queen-ftreet ' 

Depeyfter, Efq. , Queen-ftreet 

Cozine, Efq. 55, Beekman-ftreet 

C. J. Rogers^ Efq. 42, Beeekman-ftreet 
-. Jacob Remfen, Efq. ^^, Broad-ftreet 
John Rick'er. Efq. corner of St. James-ft. 
John Shaw, Elq. 19, ClifF-ftreet 
Daniel C. Verplanck, Efq. 3, Wall-ftreet 
R. Morris, Efq. 1, Wall-ftreet 
Jas. M. Huges, Efq. conveyancer and no- 
tary-public, 20, Wall-ftreet 
Jofeph Winter, Efq. 184, Water-ftreet 
John Kelly, Efq. conveyancer, land, and 
money-broker, 56, Smith-ft. 



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Jacob Morton, Efq. 215, Water-ftreet 
E. Dunfcomb, Efq. notary-public, 182, 

Water-ftreet 
Dehart and Randall, 26, Water-ftreet 
Edward Antill, efq. Broadway 
Richard Borner, efq. , St. James-ftreet 
Cornelius Bogart, efq. 22, Beekman-ftreet 
Wm. Popham, efq. notary-public, K. ft. 
Meffrs. Campbell and Cutting, efqrs. , 

Wall-ftreet 
Jofliua Bagrey, efq. 

John Woods, efq. conveyancer and no- 
tary-public, 135, Queen-ftreet 
John H. Woodall, notary-public 
Edward Livingfton, efq. 51, Queen-ftreet 
Pell, efq. Weftchefter . 

List of the Officers of the Grand- 
Lodge OF Free and Accepted Ma- 
sons, of the State of New- York. 

The Hon. Robert R. Livingfton, Efquire, 
Grand Mafter for the State of New-York. 
William Cock, Efq. paft grand mafter 
Samuel Kerr, Efq. deputy grand mafter 
The Hon. Peter W. Yates, Efq. fenior 

grand warden 
James Saidler, Efq. junior grand warden 
Daniel M'Cormick, Elq. grand treafurer 
James Giles, Efq. grand fecretary 



Efqrs. Directors. 



{ 65 ) 
Officers and Directors of the Bank of 

New-York. 

Ifaac Roofevek, Efq. Prefident. 
William Maxwell, Efq. Vice-Prefident. 
Samuel Franklin, 
Nicholas Low, 
Daniel M'Cormick, 
Robert Browne, 
Thomas Stoughton, 
Jofliua Waddington, 
Comfort Sands, 
Thomas Randall, 
Alex. Hamilton, 
John Vanderbilt, 
James Buchanan, 
William Seton, Chafhier. 
Charles Wilkes, Teller. 
Peter Hughes, Accountant. 
David Rudy, Receiver. 
Michael Boyle, Runner. 
William Magee Seton, Clerk of difcounts. 
Walter Scott, Porter. 

Rules observed at Bank. 

The bank is open every day in the year, 
except Sundays, Chriftmas Day, New- 
Year's Day, Good Friday, the 4th of July, 
and general Holydays appointed by legal 
authority. The hours of buhness from 



( 66 ) 
ten to one o'clock in the forenoon, and 
from three to five in the afternoon. 

Difcounts are done on Tuefdays and 
Thurfdays in every Week, and Bills or 
notes brought for difcount, muft be left 
at the bank on Wednefday and Saturday 
mornings under a feal cover, directed to 
William Seton, cafliier : The rate of dif- 
count is at prefent fixed at Six per Cent. 
Per Annum ; but no difcount will be 
made for longer than forty-five days ; nor 
will any note or bill be difcounted to pay 
a former one ; payment muft be made in 
bank notes or fpccie. Three days of 
grace being allowed upon all bills and 
notes, the difcount will be taken for the 
fame. — Money lodged at the bank may be 
re-taken at pleafure, free of expence, but 
no draft will be paid beyond the balance 
of account. — Bills or notes left with the 
bank will be prefcnted for acceptance, and 
the money collected free of expence : In 
cafe of non-payment and proteft,the charge 
of proteft must be borne by the perfon 
lodging the bill. — Payments made at the 
bank, muft be examined at the time, as no 
deficiency fuggefted afterwards will be ad- 
mitted. 



( 67 ) 
<* Gold coin is received and paid at the 
bank of New- York at the following rates : 

Dwts Gr. Dol. 96ths 
A Johannes, weighing 
A Half Johannes, 
A Spanilh Doubloon, 
A Double Span. Piftole, 
A Spanilh Piftole, 
A Britifti Guinea, 
A ditto Half Guinea, 
A French Guinea, 
A Moidore, 
A Caroline, 
A Chequin, 

An allowance is made on all Gold ex- 
ceeding the above ftandard, at the rate of 
Three pence per grain ; on all gold fliort 
of the above weight Four pence per grain 
is deducted. 



COLUMBIA COLLEGE. 

PROFESSORS. 

Greek & Latin languages, — Mr. William 

Cochran, Ranelagh 
Geography, — Rev. John D. Gros, College. 
Rhetoric and Logic,— Rev. Benj. Moore, 

Broadway. 



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Natural Philofophy and Aftronomy — Dr^ 

Samuel Bard, , Broad-ftreet 
Mathematics — Mr. John Kemp, College. 

French Language — Rev. Lewis Tetard, 
German do. — Rev. John D. Gros, 
Oriental do. — Rev. Dr. Kunze, 24, 
Chatham-ftreet. 

Anatomy — Dr. M'Knight, 

Chemiftry & Natural Hiftory — Dr. Moyes, 

Practice of Phyfic — Dr. Romaine, John-ft. 

Midwifery — Dr. Crofby, 

Inftituets of Medicine — Dr. KilTam. 

Rector of the Grammar School — Mr. 

William Cochran, 
Afliftant Teacher — Mr. James Hardy. 

The Days of examination for admiffion 
into the College, are the firft Mondays in 
April, July, October and January. Pub- 
lic examinations of all the ftudents begin 
on the fame days, at eleven o'clock A. M. 
— The annual Commencement is held on 
the fecond Tuefday in April. 



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The Society for promoting the Manu- 
mission OF Slaves, and protecting such 
of them as have been, or may be libera- 
ted, — meets at the Coffee house. 

The Hon. John Jay, Efq. Prefident, 
Samuel Franklin, Vice Prefident, 
Jqhn Murray, junior, Treafurer, 
John K&efe, Efquire, Secretary, 
Willet Seaman, 
William Shotwell, 

Jacob Seaman, I Standing 

Auguftus Sydill, ( Committee. 

Robert Troup, Efquire, 
White Matlack, , 

Gold and Silver Smith's Society, meets 
ON Wednesdays, at the house of 
Walter Heyer. 

Myer Myers, Chairman, 
Members,— Samuel Johnfon, 
William Gilbert, Efq. , Broadway, 
Otto De Perrizang, 
William Forbes, 88, Broadway, 
John Burgher, 207, Queen-ftreet, 
Daniel Chene, 
Gary Dunn, 

Benjamin Halfted, 13, Maiden-lane, 
Ephraim Bralher, 1, Cherry-ftreet. 



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LIST OF THE Members of the Cincin- 

NATTI OF THE StATE OF NeW-YoRK. 

Alexander M'Dougall, Efq. Prefident, 
Baron Stuben, Efq. Vice Prefident, 
Philip Cortlandt, Efq. Treafurer, 
Richard Piatt, Efq.. Deputy Treafurer, 
Robert Pemberton, Efq. Secretary, 

George Clinton, R. Cochran, 
Samuel T. Pell, Rod. V. Hovenberg, 
John F.Hamtramch, Ephraim Woodruff, 
Jonathan Hallet, ' Jofeph Frilick, 
Ifrael Smith, Samuel Dodge, 

Theodofius Fowler, B. Vanderburgh, 
Henry Vanderburg, Henry Duboif, 
Henry Pauling, Jacob Wright, 

Samuel Dodge, Benjamin Walker, 

Charles Wiffenfelts, Wm. Stephen Smith, 
James Johnfon, P. Magee, 

B. Swartwout, John Graham, 

Samuel Talmage, Jer. Van Ranflelaer, 
Daniel Dennifton, Aaron Aorfon, 
NehemiahCarpenter, John MarQi, 
Chriftopher Hutton, Ephraim Snow, , 
William Colbreath, JohnFondey, 
GoofeVan Schaick, Henry Tiebout, 
John Gano, Willes Ryckman, 

Daniel Minema, G. Lanfing, 
Abner Prior, James Greg, 

Michael Connolly, R. Wilfon, 



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John C. Ten Broeck, Henry Cunningham, 



Samuel Lewis, 

Cornelius V. Dyke, 

John Furman, 

Charles Parfons, 

Benjamin Herring, 

George Sitez, 

Cornelius J. Janfen, Ifaac Smith, 

Abram.Hardenburg, Jacob Kemper, 



Ebenezer Stevens, 
Sebaftian Bauman, 
Daniel Niven, 
Peter Taulman, 
William Price, 
John Doughty, 



Dy Fondey, 

Henry V. Woert, 

Jacob H. Wendell, 

J. Morrel, 

Adam Ten Broeck, Jonas Addamfon, 

Benjamin Gilbert, R. Burnet, jun. 



Thomas Machin^ 
Peter Anfpach, 
Henry Dember, 
Ifaac Guion, 



John Elliot, 
Derik Schuyler, 
Leonard Bleeckcr, 
Jofeph Morrel, 
C. Sweet, 
William Peters, 
John Lamb, 
Andrew Moodie, 
Michael Wetzell, 
John Shaw, 
Ephraim Fenns, 
James Bradford, 



Caleb Brewfter, 
George Fleming, 
Joleph Foote, 
Pierrie Renier, 
Geo. J. Denifton, 
William Tapp, 
Thomas Hunt, 
William Belknap, 
John F. Vacher, 
Benjamin Ledyard, 
Charles Graham^ 
Fred. Weiffcnfelts, 



CorneliusSwartwout John Cape, 
John Reed, Elihu Marlhall, 

Ifaac Hubbel, James Stuart, 



( 

Daniel Parker, jun. 
James Gilliland, 
Abraham Hyat, 
Richard Varick, 



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Matthew Clarkfon, 
Robert Johnfon, 
John Waldron, 
Garrit J. V.Wagener, 
Ranald S. M'Dougal Thos. Fred. Jackfon, 



John Lawrence, 
Simeon Dewitt, 
Andrew Englis, 
Jacob Reed, 
George Leaycraft, 
William Leaycraft, 
Daniel M'Lean, 
William Strachan, 
Abraham Legget, 
I. Stake, 
James Giles, 
Peter Neftle, 
J. Bagley, 
Samuel Hay. 
John Cockran^ 
John Conway, 



William W. Morris, 

John Smith, 

John Green, capt. in 

the navy, 
Thomas Tiilotfon, 
John Bard, 
Stephen Graham, 
John Grier^ 
A. White, 
Alexander Clinton, 
J. Brewfter, 
Jonathan Lawrence, 
Ajrthur Thompfon, 
Daniel Gans, ' 

Thomas Turner, 
Hen. Em. Lutterloh, 



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Edward Dunfcomb, John Santford, 

John D. Crimfliier, Morgan Lewis, 

Duncan Campbell, 

Aquila Giles, 

Marinus Willet, 

Peter Valborough, 

Francis Hanmer, 

Samuel Logan, 

Peter Ganl'woort, 



David Van Horn, 
Teunis V. Wagener, 
Silas Gray, 
Charles Newkirk, 
Tjerck Beckman, 
Nathaniel Henry, 



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Honorary Members. 

Lt. Gov. Cortlandt, Colonel Floyd, 
Chan. Livingfton, Capt. D. Williams, 
Chief Juftice Morris, Maj. Thomas Moffat, 

Judees \ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^" ^' Livingfton, 

° ' \ Hobart, Upper Manor, 

James Duane, Efq; Wm. Duer, ^ 

Judge Piatt, J. Lanfing, > Efqrs 

General Morris, Philip Pell, ) 

Colonel M'Laughry, Dr. S. Gano. 
Colonel Hathorn, 

Standing Committee. 

Doctor Cockran Colonel Antill, 
Captain Dunfcomb. Captain Reed, 
Mr. Brooks, Major Stagg, 

Colonel Hay, Captain Guion. 

General Webb. 

Delegates for the General Meeting of the 
Committee, 

Baron De Stuben, Colonel Troup, 
General Webb, 

The Society, for the fake of frequent 
communications, is divided into diftricts, 
viz.-the fouthern and northern diftricts,- 
the former including Long-Ifland, Staten 
Ifland, New-York-Ifland, the counties of 



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Weft-chefter, and Orange ; The latter 
including the reft of the State. Thefe 
diftricts to hold their meetings in New- 
York and Albany, refpectively, on the 
laft Monday in March, and firft Monday 
in November, every year. 

For the Southem DiftricL 
Marinus Willet, Efquire, Chairman, 
Edward Antill, Efq; Dep. Chairman, 
Jacob Reed, Jun. Efq ; Secretary. 

The Northern Diftrict has not yet made 
their appointment. 

A LIST OF THE Officers and resident 
Members of the St. Andrew's Society, 
OF THE State of New York. 

David Johnston, Efq; President, 
The Hon. Robert R. Livingfton, Efq ; 

Chancellor of the State, Vice Prefident, 
William Maxwell, 
William Malcom. 
George Douglas, 
John Ramfay, 
James Saidler, 
James Scott, 

Reverend John Mafon, Chaplain, 
David Currie, Treafurer, 
Adam Gilchrift, jun. Secretary. 



Afliftants. 



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Resident Members. 



Walter Buchanan, 
Robert Bruce, 
Andrew Browne, 
Capt. James Black, 
Archibald Currie, 
Major Jas. Chriftie, 
John Currie, 
Capt. Henry Coupar, 
Col. Don. Campbell, 
Malcom Campbell, 
David Cation^ 
B. Crookfliank, 
Samuel Campbell, 
Thomas Durie, 
Robert Dunlap, 
John Darrah, 
Capt. John Duncan, 
Robert Dunbar, 
Capt. Jas. Dean, 
John Donnan, 
Capt. Robert Elder, 
Walter Frazer, 
James Grant, 
David Galbreath, 
Thomas Gillelpie, 
Doctor Gilchrift, 
Graham, 
Gourlay, 



Alex. Hoflack, 
Alex. Hamilton, 
Hugh Henderfon, 
Robert Hodge, 
Patrick Hart, 
Capt. Robert Hunter, 
Neil Jamifon, 
Capt. Arch. Kennedy 
Samuel Kerr, 
Dr. Kiffam, 
William Lowther, 
Robert Lenox, 
Triftrim Lowther^ 
Thomas Lawrence, 
Brockh. Livingfton, 
CoLWm. Livingfton, 
Philip Livingfton, 
PeterV.B. Livingfton, 
R. G. Livingfton, ju. 
Peter M'Dougall, 
James M'Intofh, 
Andrew Mitchell, 
Wm. Maxwell, jun. 
Colin M'Grigor, 
James H. Maxwell, 
Jacob Morris, 
David Mitchelfon, 
John Munro, 



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Mr. John M'Lean, Charles Smith, 
Doctor Moyes, Dr. David Seath, 

James Millegan,Efq. Jofhua Sands, 
Alexander M'Lean, Capt. Daniel Shaw, 



Capt. A I. Stewart, 
Hay Stevcnfon, 
James Smith,' 
Geo. TutnbuU, Ei'q. 
John Thomfon, 



James Mifchell, 

Daniel Nevin, 

— Ogilvie, 

Francis Panton, 

Alexander Perkins, 

W. Rutherfurd,Efq. John Turner, 

James Renwick, R. Troup, Efq, 

J. Rutherford, Efq, ' ~ 

Alex. Robertfbn, 

Robert Robertfon, 

Charles Robertfon, 

Alexander Riddle, 



John Taylor, 
John Thomfon, 
Henry Troup, 
James Tillery, 
Robert Wilfon, 
William Robertfon, "William Wilfon, 
Lewis A. Scott, Efq. Rev. J. Wilfon, 
William Seton, Gen. P. V. Cortlandt, 

J. Stevens, jun. Efq. John Young, 
George Service, Hon. P. W. Yates. 
William Shedden, 

' Honorary -Members. 



James Stewart, 
— Crammond, 
Thomas Allen, 
John Englis, 
Geo. Wright, 
John Smith, 
Samuel Douglas, 



P. Lawrence, 
S. Loudon, 
William Patrick, 
George Reid, 
James Brebner, 
John Campbell, 
Dr. J. Cochran, 



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Members of the General Society of 
Mechanics and Tradesme 

Henry Becker, 
Ebenezer Young, 
John Young, 
Garrit de Bow, 



Dennis M'Ready, 
William Cowlius, 
Samuel Loudon, 
Jacobus Brown, 
Abraham P. Lott, 
Thomas Ogilvic, 
Jacob Arden, 
John Stagg, 
Chrift. Duyckink, 
Anthony Poft, 
Hugh WalQi, 
Michael Tremper, 
Peter Hijlick, 
Jofeph Jadwin, 
Edward Meeks, 
Robert Manley, 
Ifaiah Wool, 
Ifaac Meade, 



John Burger, 

Garrit Harfin, 
Thomas Ivers, 
George Harfin, 
William Allen, 
A. Thompfon, jun. 
William Smith, 
John Bailey, 
Robert Tout, 
John Anthony, 
John Shepherd, 
William J. Elfworth, 
Robert Boyd, 
Henry Wolfe, 
William Hurton, 
Jeremiah Wool, 
Robert Hodge, 
James Stuart, 
George Taylor, 
Saniucl Atlee, 
Ol. Mildeburgher. 



Robert Boyd/ Chairman, /^ 

John Burgerf Duputy Chairman, ^ 
Hugh Walfh, Treafurer, 
James Bingham, Secretary. 



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A LIST OF Members belonging to the 

Society of Peruke makers, Hair 

Dressers, &c. 
Held at Mr. Ketchum's, No. 22,Ann-ftreet. 

David Barclay, James Rofe, 

Michael Tremper, Jacob Leonard, 
Leonard Fiflier, Francis Leonard, 
Thomas Winflow, Ifaac Jones, 
Lorrant Marey, Anthony Latour, 

Richard Penny, James Bell, 
George Cork, Jonathan Penny, 

John Van Dueffen, Thomas Shepherd, 
John Clits, John Baldwin, 

John Fenton, Bernard Sohots, 

Donald M'Kay, Chairman, 

James Stuart Treafurer, 

Charle Ortzen, Clerk. 

Arrivals and Departures of the Mails 
AT THE Post-office, in New- York. 

ARRIVALS. 

From New England and Albany. 

From November ift, to May ift. 

On WednefSay and Saturday, at seven 

o'clock, P. M. 

From May ift, to Novenjber ift. 

On Tuefday, Thurfday, and Saturday, 

at eight o'Clock, P. M. 



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From the Southward, 

From November ift, to May ift. 

On Sunday, and Wednefday, at ten 

o'clock, A. M. 

From May ift, to November ift. 

On Monday, Wednefday, and Friday, 

at nine o'Clock, P. M. 

DEPARTURES. 

For New-England and Albany. 

From November ift, to May ift. 

On Sunday and Wednefday, at nine 

o'clock, P. M. 

From May ift, to November ift. 

On Sunday, Tuefday, and Thurfday, 

at ten o'Clock, P. M. 

For the Southward. 

From November ift, to May ift. 

On Sunday and Thurfday, at two 

o'clock, P. M. 

From May ift, to November ift. 

On Monday, Wednefday and Friday, 

at four o'clock, P. M. 

*#*Letters muft be in the Office, half an 
hour before clofing. 



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Further Omiffions. 

Lawrence Kortright, Efq; 192, Queen-ft. 
Gen. John Maunfell, Efq ; upper end of 

Bowery lane 
The Rev. Andrew Nugent, parilh prieft of 

New- York, 1, Hunter's Quay- 
Richard Harifon, Efq; C.L. 186, Water-ft. 
Gen. Alex. M'Dougall, Efq; 8, Duke-ft. 

Rauld , 8, Duke-ftreet 

John Walkins, Efq; 8, Broadway 

Carr and , merchants, 215, Q. ftreet 

Goldfbrow Banyer, Efq. 56, Smith-ftreet 

Captain Thomas Bibby, 10, Smith-ftreet 

• Mr. Mechaux, at Mr. Weir's, Wall ftreet 

t 

To the Inhabitants of the City of New York. 
Gentlemen, 

Mr. franks returns his fincere 

thanks to his Friends and the Public, for 
their kind and liberal encouragement 
towards his publication of the New- 
York Directory ; he humbly requefts 
they may indulgently excufe any errors, 
inaccuracies, or omiffions, which may ap- 
pear, and impute them only to the local 
difadvantages he laboured under, in this 
firft attempt ; as he intends in the future 



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editions, he fliall have the honour of an- 
nually prefenting them, to have it more 
in his power to be exact, correct, and cir- 
cumftantial ; as the number of fubfcribers 
are but few (which he attributes to a want 
of knowledge of the utility of this pro- 
duction, it being the firft of the kind ever 
attempted in this city ;) he makes bold to 
call on the citizens at large, for every in- 
formation, that they think will prove con- 
ducive to its future correctness. Their 
directions will be thankfully received and 
gratefully acknowledged by Mr. Franks, 
at his lodgings, No. 66, Broad-way, or 
at Mr. Kollock's Printing-OiEce. 

N. B. Mr. Franks has ready for Pub- 
lication, a Treatise of BOOK-KEEP- 
ING, digefted for the inland and foreign 
Trade of America. — This Work, which 
he hopes will prove very ufeful, he would 
willingly fubmit, previous to his putting 
it to press, to the infpection of the Gen- 
tlemen of the Mercantile Line, and will 
confider himfelf much honoured if they 
favour him with their patronage, as he in- 
tends laying it before them at their refpec- 
tive refidences. 

[j^^The New York Directory, will, 
in future, be publifhed every twentieth 
day of May in each Year. 



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DAVID FRANKS, 

Conveyancer, and Accountant, No. 
66, Broadway. 

Begs Leave to return his fincere thanks 

to his friends and the public, for their paft 
favors, and hopes the cheapness of the 
following will continue him their favors: 

Drawing a Leafe and Re- } n 

leafe, on Parchment, y ' 
Ditto, ditto, ditto, on Paper, 
Ditto, a Bond, 
Ditto, a Power of Attorney, 

Mr. Franks having ferved a regular 
apprenticeftiip to his father, a very eminent 
attorney in Dublin, and having, befides, 
tranfacted bufiness, for fome years, for 
Counfellor Franklin of faid city, he hopes, 
will entitle him to the countenance of the 
Gentlemen of the Law Department in this 
metropolis ; to merit whofe efteem and 
approbation will be his particular ftudy, — 
he will thankfully receive bufiness from 
them on the moft reafonable terms. 

N. B. To prevent complaints, generally 
arifing from employing unexperienced 
Clerks, Mr. Franks has lately engaged a 
young man from Dublin, of unexception- 
able abilities.